Posts Tagged ‘lion bone trade’

2019 Lion Bone Quota Submission

Determination of the 2019 Lion Bone Quota – Submission from Twenty-Five NGOs represented by the Wildlife Animal Protection Forum South Africa to Minister and Department of Environment Forestry and Fisheries, 17 June 2019
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Appendix 1 – Expert Opinion
Appendix 2 – The Extinction Business
Appendix 3 – The Economics of Captive Predator Breeding

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SA Parliament hits out at Captive Lion Breeding & the Lion Bone Trade

In a move to hold the wayward Department of Environmental Affairs to account, and signalling the beginning of the end of the captive and canned lion industry in South Africa, the official Parliamentary Committee on Environmental Affairs Report and Recommendations on the Captive Lion industry in South Africa has been published. The full report is the Portfolio Committee’s Report Resolutions and Recommendations, which will then be considered by the National Assembly and ultimately Cabinet. The Portfolio Committee on Environmental Affairs having conducted the “Colloquium on Captive Lion Breeding for Hunting in South Africa: Harming or promoting the Conservation Image of the Country”, held on 21 and 22 August 2018.
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Read the full Parliament of the RSA release – Announcements, Tablings and Committee reports which can be found at Parliament’s website.

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THE EXTINCTION BUSINESS – South Africa’s ‘Lion’ Bone Trade

In the last 18 months, the EMS Foundation and Ban Animal Trading have been gathering extensive information and investigating South Africa’s international ‘lion’ bone trade. This data has provided the basis of our Report. Read the full report

Appendix One: Big Cat Skeleton Exports 2014-2017 – Mindmap
Appendix TwoSouth African Skeleton Traders 2014-2017
Appendix Three: Foreign Skeleton Importers 2014-2017

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DEA ‘ignores’ concerns over lion bone trade

The South African Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) has blatantly ignored public opinion by formally approving the export of 800 lion skeletons to Asia this year. This in spite of  international condemnation from conservationists and local stakeholders.

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