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Update news wildlife products

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has appealed for an end to the wildlife trade and consumption across the Asia-Pacific region amid the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and similar diseases in recent years.

Endangered species decline as wildlife trafficking continues

Vietnam remains a hot spot for wildlife hunting and trafficking despite efforts to curtail it.

VN commits to fighting illegal wildlife trade

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam is one of the many countries in the world committed to fighting illegal wildlife trade, a meeting in Hanoi was told on May 31.

Wildlife trafficking poses risks to public health

 VietNamNet Bridge – Wildlife trafficking in Viet Nam and the high demand for exotic meat, jewelry, medicine and even pets is a threat not only to bio-diversity, but also to public health, according to environment experts.

Viet Nam moves to reduce demand for wildlife products

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam's rich biodiversity has made it a hub for illegal transportation of rare species and stronger efforts are needed to curb wildlife trafficking, experts said at a workshop that opened in Ha Noi on Tuesday.

Most would give up wildlife products

 VietNamNet Bridge – Most Hanoians were willing to use alternatives to wildlife products if they were available and proven to be effective,

Destroying seized wildlife products deemed necessary

 VietNamNet Bridge – Last week, Viet Nam News asked readers about whether they supported the destruction of illegal wildlife stockpiles or the sale to provide additional funding for the fight against the trade.