DAY 1: SEPTEMBER 25, 2017
Invited speakers from academia, NGOs, and the private sector presented different perspectives, stories from the field, reflected on lessons learnt. This was captured as Visual Minutes (above) and set the stage for further interactive and applied sessions in subsequent days of the symposium.
Presentations and panel discussions were divided into the following three consecutively themed sessions (click each title for further details) and can be watched here.
Diverse approaches to illegal wildlife trade research
Linking the supply and demand for wildlife products
Changing wildlife consumption onto a legal, sustainable path
EVENING 1: SEPTEMBER 25, 2017
Poster session for all those working on the conservation of traded wildlife to showcase and share their research and initiatives. This will coincide with an evening drinks reception.
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If wildlife consumers say they prefer wild products, does that mean they will buy them? In our new #OpenAccess paper in @PaN_BES, @tSasRolfes and I outline why (like absolutely everything else to do with the #WildlifeTrade) it's just not that simple...https://besjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/pan3.10099