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El Principado considera que el problema del lobo está «artificialmente engrosado»

El Principado considera que el problema del lobo está «artificialmente engrosado» | Environmental Crime - Delitos ambientales | Scoop.it
El Gobierno del Principado de Asturias considera que en la actualidad «el problema del lobo está artificialmente engrosado». Así lo trasladaba ayer la directora general de Recursos Naturales, Fina
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Drastic action is needed to save the world’s high seas

Drastic action is needed to save the world’s high seas | Environmental Crime - Delitos ambientales | Scoop.it
No government in the world and no business can afford to neglect the much wider sustainability challenge posed by a world of 7-billion people, writes Trevor Manuel
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What can tourism do about wildlife poaching - silence is not an option

What can tourism do about wildlife poaching - silence is not an option | Environmental Crime - Delitos ambientales | Scoop.it
The rhinoceros is almost extinct. Lions, elephants and tigers are at risk too. But flick through a travel brochure, or browse a website selling trips to see such wildlife, and there will be little,...
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Japan Finally Comes Clean—They Don’t Kill Whales for ‘Science’

Japan Finally Comes Clean—They Don’t Kill Whales for ‘Science’ | Environmental Crime - Delitos ambientales | Scoop.it
Since 1986, Japan has masqueraded its whaling efforts as a scientific endeavor—but no more.
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Why don't dolphins fight back?

Why don't dolphins fight back? | Environmental Crime - Delitos ambientales | Scoop.it
Laura Bridgeman takes a look at the scientific evidence that may explain why dolphins have such a benevolent nature when it comes to interactions with humans........
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"...it is difficult to deny that they are highly intelligent and that they are likely capable of significant emotional suffering. We are left with an unsettling yet important question: is it morally justifiable to continue to use and abuse dolphins in the ways we do, whether killing them for food or capturing them to perform for our amusement?"
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Poaching - the cheetahs of the Serengeti face extinction

Poaching - the cheetahs of the Serengeti face extinction | Environmental Crime - Delitos ambientales | Scoop.it
Wildlife crime is a multi-million dollar globalised business, ranked fourth in transnational crime in the world, with an international network sprawling across continents. Verity Largo reports from Tanzania ...
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Why Killing A Lion Is The Most Cowardly Thing You Can Do

Why Killing A Lion Is The Most Cowardly Thing You Can Do | Environmental Crime - Delitos ambientales | Scoop.it
Anyone who says otherwise is wrong.
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UNODC "Wildlife Crime: Don't be part of it!" - English (60 seconds)

Each year, while countless species are driven closer to extinction, criminals generate billions of dollars from the sale of protected wildlife products. To g...
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Putting seas up for sale will not save the world's fish

Putting seas up for sale will not save the world's fish | Environmental Crime - Delitos ambientales | Scoop.it
The oceans cover almost three-quarters of the planet’s surface, and for many people they represent the last great wilderness.
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In science terms, Japan has no need at all to kill whales

In science terms, Japan has no need at all to kill whales | Environmental Crime - Delitos ambientales | Scoop.it
Final arguments from the defence and prosecution were heard in mid-July, and the world court is now considering its judgment. At issue is Japan's right to conduct its seasonal 'scientific' ...
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Hundreds Of Rare Primates Seized In Indonesia

Hundreds Of Rare Primates Seized In Indonesia | Environmental Crime - Delitos ambientales | Scoop.it
JAKARTA: Hundreds of slow lorises have been seized on Indonesia's Java island as animal smugglers were about to send the protected primates to markets to be sold as pets, officials said Friday.
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Three ways businesses can protect the planet

Three ways businesses can protect the planet | Environmental Crime - Delitos ambientales | Scoop.it
There can be no real prospect of achieving sustainability without the active participation of the private sector. In their own interests as much as the planet’s, businesses need to get much more serious about being sustainable.
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