Asian Wildlife Trade IMAP

The Asian IMAP follows the same principles of Bushmeat IMAP: both were created to be central repositories of information and tools for analyzing wildlife trade causes and solutions. The Asia IMAP is a collaborative effort to create a channel for sharing, disseminating and raising awareness about illegal wildlife trade in Asia.

Asian Wildlife Trade IMAP Components

  • AWT Digital Library
    Search the BCTF Research Archive of wildlife trade-related research, reports and media, plus the Asian Wildlife Trade Projects Database.
  • Interactive Maps of Asian Wildlife Trade Factors
    Search for information, view relationships, and print out custom-built maps on factors contributing to the illegal wildlife trade in Asia.

Would you like to share information?

Good information is the foundation of effective decision-making. BCTF is developing partnerships with many organizations to share relevant information about illegal wildlife trade in Asia, through the IMAP. If you would like to post your information, please contact info@bushmeat.org

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