Emily Kaldjian

Wildlife trafficking is a growing epidemic. A market for exotic birds and rare seafood delicacies is exploding in Latin America. In Southeast Asia, the rising trade in pangolins – the most trafficked animal on Earth – has driven the small mammals to the brink of extinction, with hunters now pursuing African pangolins to satiate the Asian market. And poachers are decimating populations of rhinos, elephants and more throughout Africa.

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Meaghan Parker
World Resources Institute

The next and last membership meeting of the Forest Legality Alliance will take place on July 6th and 7th 2016 in Washington, DC.  We would like to share some updates about meeting content and logistics with you, as well as the link for registration.