ICOM NATHIST releases white paper on natural history museums and wildlife trafficking

  Recognizing the grave need to curb trafficking of wildlife globally, and natural history museums’ largely untapped ability to contribute to this issue, ICOM NATHIST has collaborated with like-minded institutions to create a framework to facilitate involvement by workers in the field. Launched on October 6, 2016 by the ICOM NATHIST Wildlife Trafficking Working Group,…

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ICOM NATHIST published three websites: Its main one (this one); its Ethics Working Group site and that of its Wildlife Trafficking Working Group. We publish news from the society and the industry at large. Roughly once a month, we release out highlights of all three sites to about a thousand subscribers through an e-News and…