Notes from webinar 5: Legislation and enforcement; can farming wildlife help to protect species in the wild?
How are endangered species farmed and used in China? Is there legislation to protect them? What does law enforcement around protecting these species look like, and what should it look like?
Notes from webinar 1: The commercial use of animals and pandemics
A future without pandemics is a series of five think-tank webinars bringing a truly unique Chinese perspective to a global challenge. Hosted by One Health and ACTAsia’s Institute of Caring for Life Academic Research & Education (iCARE) host. The commercial use of animals and pandemics is the first webinar.
Listen to insights from China: COVID-19 and the wildlife trade
Hear ACTAsia’s Founder, Pei Su, in a live interview with Elizabeth Novogratz of Species Unite. Pei takes questions from the webinar audience on the link between COVID-19 and the wildlife trade, and the risks to people and animals resulting from the commercial exploitation of nature.
In the wake of COVID-19, Pei Su talks to Our Hen House
Mariann speaks with Pei in a timely conversation about the devastating impact of China’s wildlife trade and markets, and ACTAsia’s efforts to pressure China to permanently end the captive breeding of all wildlife for commercial purposes.