New Griffith University-led research suggests thatexisting systems forfood safety,rather thanbroad, untargetedbans onwildlifetradearekeyto preventingthe next pandemic. Published inLancet Planetary Health, with co-authors from the International Union for Conservation of Nature WildlifeHealth Specialist Group andTRAFFIC, an NGO focused on wildlife trade. The research, led byDr Duan Biggsfrom theCentre for Planetary Health and Food Securityargues that a solution […]
Griffith University scientists have revealed the devastating effects a trophy hunting ban will have on wildlife conservation and livelihoods in Africa. Although controversial, the practice of trophy hunting conserves land that wouldn’t otherwise be protected.
Two Griffith-led collaborations published this week indicate that Lion populations in Africa may be lower than current estimates suggest.
Threeleaders in wildlife conservation will give voice to their innovative and sometimes controversial concepts when they unite for a unique evening seminar hosted by Griffith University.
A team of leading international researchers is working to break the stalemate on ivory trade policy.
The escalating illegal wildlife trade threatening Africa’s elephants and rhinos and many other species around the world is one of the most high profile conservation challenges facing the world today. New research led by a Griffith University scientist suggests a way to address this pressing issue.