The Global Wildlife Cybercrime Action Plan is aimed at improving co-ordination across the public and private to tackle the online trade in illegal wildlife products. The plan brings together a number of major organisations and expertise working on combating the illegal wildlife trade, including IFAW, INTERPOL, Oxford Martin Programme on the Illegal Wildlife Trade, the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE) at the University of Kent, TRAFFIC and WWF.
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Massive poaching has made pangolins the most trafficked mammal on the planet. It's scales are valued in traditional medicine in most parts of Southeast Asia. Stop #WildlifeCrime #WildlifeTrafficking Hoping next year will be a real celebration with no more pangolin poaching! https://t.co/D74KgOaqQu