The Illegal Trade in Great Apes: Webcast Episode 03
GRASP Webcast –The Illegal Trade in Great Apes
The illicit traffic in live great apes is an increasingly serious threat to chimpanzees, gorillas, and bonobos in Africa and orangutans in Asia, and a highly symbolic aspect of the global environmental crime estimated at $23 billion USD that threatens to drain natural resources and destabilize governments.
We invite you to ask questions about the upcoming #GRASP webcast topic ‘The illegal trade in great apes’ that we’ll be discussing live on october 14th. Your questions will be aired live during the events. Questions can be posted on the #fb event page https://www.facebook.com/events/1919754934915447
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- You can ask questions on our Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/events/1919754934915447
- You can also leave your question on the comment section below
Event Name:GRASP Webcast Episode 02: The Illegal Trade in Great Apes
Event Date: 14/10/2015
Event Time: 08:00 am – 09:00 am UTC/GMT
Location:United Nation Environmental Program (UNEP) Headquarters ,Nairobi Kenya
Award-winning wildlife conservationist and founder of #LAGA – the Last Great Ape Organisation.
TRAFFIC’s training and capacity building co-ordinator in southeast Asia.
Director of The Lusaka Agreement Task Force (LATF).
Moderator: Doug Cress
Topic: The Illegal Trade in Great Apes
Event Hashtags: #ApeExpert #GRASPWEBCAST #IllegalTrade #GrateApesTrade
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