A Vietnamese man was severely accused by South Africa police officers with a record haul of wildlife trading, over 60 kilograms of exhibits were found.

After 4 months of investigation, the arrest was officially carried out on August 12th while the police officers were searching his farm in Bela-Bela town of Limpopo province, and 2 storage facilities at Pretoria. According to the South Africa Ministry of Environment, the Vietnamese man was arrested due to “involvement in an illegal wildlife trading […]

More than 15 tons of ivory were confiscated at the port, with no owner identified.

A representative of the Education for Nature Center (ENV) said that from 2018 until now, authorities have recorded and confiscated more than 15 tons of ivory at (how many) ports in Vietnam. However, no one has yet been held responsible for these shipments. “Those may belong to a large transnational wildlife trade network operating in […]

17 TIGERS ILLEGALLY KEPT IN RESIDENTIAL AREA IN NORTH-CENTRAL, VIETNAM

On August 4, the Environmental Police Department in Nghe An Province – North-central of Vietnam coordinated with authorities to arrest 17 tigers illegally kept in captivity, in Do Thanh commune, Yen Thanh district (Nghe An).  On Wednesday evening, the Department of Public Security in Nghe An Province released early information about a case in which […]

Using intelligence analysis to save tigers in Southeast Asia

With less than 3,900 tigers left in the wild, we need to focus on more impactful ways to tackle the trafficking of tiger parts and products. Investigating and analysing the convergence of wildlife crime with other forms of serious and organised crime can offer a strategic upper hand in the fight for wildlife justice. This […]

VIEWS AWARDS 2021 SEASON 2 IS OFFICIALLY BACK

In response to the spirit of World Conservation Day 28/07/2021, VIEWS AWARDS 2021 with the topic “TRACING THE BUSHMEAT SPECIALTIES” was officially announced. This year’s theme will focus on aspects of the “culture” of eating bush meat in Vietnam, as well as the origin behind the names of bushmeat labeled “specialties”. We are waiting for […]