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Summary of multi-lingual multi-platform investigations of online trade in jaguar parts
This study conducted by WCS on 31 open-access online platforms, in 7 languages, detected 230 publications with possible jaguar parts for sale. The fangs and the skins are the constituent elements most detected. This represents an emerging and serious threat to jaguar populations throughout the range of this Latin America wildlife icon.
Relevant information on wildlife trafficking was disseminated during 2022
WCS in collaboration with the Biosphere Institute of USFQ implemented three spaces of scientific dissemination through the Cycle of Conferences and Biosphere Conservatories, in articulation with two regional projects financed by the European Union and USAID.
Contribution of the Forest Sector, challenges, proposals, actions with results: Consolidated Report of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia.
Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia, and Peru, four countries of the Amazon basin, made national reports where they recorded their main findings, recommendations, lessons learned, and reflections about the challenge to reduce timber trafficking in the region and promote the trade of legal timber.
Intercultural Amazon Forum brought together indigenous leaders and authorities to discuss the sustainable management of indigenous territories in Peru
Guaranteeing indigenous rights is essential for the sustainable management of the Amazon was the conclusion of the Intercultural Amazon Forum "Governance for Good Living", held within the framework of Amazon Exposure 2022, which took place from August 18 to 21, in Chachapoyas, Amazon region. The event had three sessions and the participation of representatives of national indigenous organizations, state institutions and civil society organizations.
Summary of multi-lingual multi-platform investigations of online trade in jaguar parts
This study conducted by WCS on 31 open-access online platforms, in 7 languages, detected 230 publications with possible jaguar parts for sale. The fangs and the skins are the constituent elements most detected. This represents an emerging and serious threat to jaguar populations throughout the range of this Latin America wildlife icon.
Relevant information on wildlife trafficking was disseminated during 2022
WCS in collaboration with the Biosphere Institute of USFQ implemented three spaces of scientific dissemination through the Cycle of Conferences and Biosphere Conservatories, in articulation with two regional projects financed by the European Union and USAID.
Contribution of the Forest Sector, challenges, proposals, actions with results: Consolidated Report of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia.
Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia, and Peru, four countries of the Amazon basin, made national reports where they recorded their main findings, recommendations, lessons learned, and reflections about the challenge to reduce timber trafficking in the region and promote the trade of legal timber.
Intercultural Amazon Forum brought together indigenous leaders and authorities to discuss the sustainable management of indigenous territories in Peru
Guaranteeing indigenous rights is essential for the sustainable management of the Amazon was the conclusion of the Intercultural Amazon Forum "Governance for Good Living", held within the framework of Amazon Exposure 2022, which took place from August 18 to 21, in Chachapoyas, Amazon region. The event had three sessions and the participation of representatives of national indigenous organizations, state institutions and civil society organizations.

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On July 6, a webinar was held for the presentation of the Podcast "Beats of the Forests" organized by the National Forestry and Wildlife Service of MINAGRI together with WWF Peru within the framework of the Alliance for Wildlife and Forests. This event shared about the importance of podcasts as a tool to raise awareness about forest conservation and also included the participation of the protagonists of the stories of the second season.
As an advance in the control and prevention of illegal flora trafficking, Xilotron is a technological tool for rapid identification of timber, which detects the type of species it is and thus helps determine if its origin is legal. This tool was unveiled at the II High-Level Conference of the Americas on Illegal Wildlife Trade.
Wildlife Conservation Society held on the webinar "Combating illegal wildlife trade, a strategy for its conservation in the Andean-Amazonian countries" to highlight the importance of wildlife for the health of ecosystems, reference the actions in the Andean-Amazonian countries, in which there is a great wealth of biodiversity, but which also face threats such as the illegal wildlife trade.
The Commission for the Promotion of Peru for Exports and Tourism (PROMPERU), The Exporters Association of Peru (ADEX), and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), within the framework of the Alliance for Wildlife and Forests, financed by the European Union, invites you to see the "Forum: Timber and finishes to get sustainability in construction".
Within the framework of the Alliance for Wildlife and Forests, training was carried out for local communicators to create a network of local communicators from communities that are from municipalities linked by protected areas, to develop campaigns and disseminate information on the prevention of trafficking of wildlife and timber in their media.
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