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Meredith Gore

Wildlife Trafficking and More Hinder Nations’ Sustainable Development

Monday, August 12, 2019
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Transnational environmental crime – wildlife trafficking, illegal logging, dumping hazardous waste and more – takes an estimated $91 to $259 billion bite out of the global economy and…

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Using Science to Combat Illegal Wildlife Trade

Friday, July 28, 2017

Leading scientists from around the world convened this week at the International Congress for Conservation Biology in Cartagena, Colombia, to discuss how to better leverage science to combat…

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Grassroots Tactics Could Improve Global Environmental Policies

Wednesday, April 20, 2016
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Much of the world may cringe as lemurs are hunted and killed or when entire forests are burnt and harvested for charcoal. However, if local residents don’t perceive…

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Understanding Illegal Hunting, Better Conservation

Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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Meredith Gore, an associate professor in the MSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife has been working in the area of conservation criminology, a joint effort between her department and…

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MSU’s Gore Studies Global Animal Trafficking

Monday, November 23, 2015

Despite his adorable appearance, Julius is not your normal household pet. A sulcata tortoise, he will grow to weigh nearly 200 pounds and measure approximately 3 feet in…

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