Press Release: Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Director Speaks on Global Crisis of Wildlife Trafficking

Dr. Eric Dorfman speaks on how museums can counteract this illegal trade. PITTSBURGH – Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Director Eric Dorfman is leading an international call for natural history museums to do their part to stop the global crisis of wildlife trafficking. Wildlife trafficking is one of the top international illegal trade practices surpassed … More Press Release: Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Director Speaks on Global Crisis of Wildlife Trafficking

Wildlife Witness App Helps Stop Trafficking

If you’re traveling to Southeast Asia, there is an app that will allow you to identify and report wildlife that is being illegally traded. In 2014 Sydney’s Taronga Zoo partnered with TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, to create Wildlife Witness, the first global community action smartphone app in the fight against illegal wildlife trade. … More Wildlife Witness App Helps Stop Trafficking

2015 Meeting Report

The second annual meeting of the ICOM NATHIST Wildlife Trafficking Working Group was hosted by the National Taiwan Museum on the 18th of October  2015, in association with the ICOM NATHIST annual conference. This meeting was an important advance on work to date. At the meeting, we were very fortunate to have delegates from institutions … More 2015 Meeting Report

NOAH Fine Art of Exterminating Rhinos

So many decisions are made on the basis of popular opinion that it’s hard to pass by campaigns that send an effective emotive message about illicit trafficking of wildlife. This newly launched campaign gives a haunting and powerful message, targeted at end users, about the plight of rhinoceros hunted for their horns. NOAH Menschen für … More NOAH Fine Art of Exterminating Rhinos