In July, the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague ruled against China’s claims to...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 8, 2013
Amid frequent bad news about wildlife issues in and involving China, LiveScience’s Tia Ghose...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 12, 2011
Economic Observer reports that six men have turned themselves in to Qinghai police over the past month in connection with the 1994 murder of a well-known protector of the Tibetan antelope. Three other suspects remain at large....
by Matthias Giessler | Jul 13, 2008
Most discussions of China’s search for resources in Africa focus on oil, minerals, and timber. Often overlooked is China’s equally huge appetite for ivory. A paper published last year in the online edition of the...
by Zhaohua Li | Sep 27, 2006
From AP via Casper Star Tribune: Environmentalists accused India and China in a stinging indictment Wednesday of doing almost nothing to stem the rapid decline of tigers in the wild, saying the big cats will likely vanish completely within a few years without government intervention. Trade in poached Indian tigers is flourishing across the border […]
by Sophie Beach | Jul 17, 2005
From China Daily: More male Asian elephants in China will be born without tusks because poaching of tusked elephants is reducing the gene pool, a recent study predicts. Research by Zhang Li, an associate professor of zoology with the college of life sciences at Beijing Normal University, discovered that the gene for tusklessness is spreading […]
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