Publications

Reports, Studies and Best-Practice Guides

WWF-Indonesia / Kunsanto

TRAFFIC Trade Reports

The Shark And Ray Trade In Singapore

The Shark And Ray Trade In Singapore


Traceability Systems In The CITES Context

Traceability Systems In The CITES Context

A review of experiences, best practices and lessons learned for the traceability of commodities of CITES-listed shark species.


Shark Fin and Mobulid Ray Gill Plate Trade

Shark Fin and Mobulid Ray Gill Plate Trade

In mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan


An Overview of Shark Utilisation in the Coral Triangle Region

An Overview of Shark Utilisation in the Coral Triangle Region


Tools

M-RiskTool

M-RiskTool

Development of a Rapid Management-Risk Assessment Method for Fish Species through its Application to Sharks


CITES Non-detriment Findings Guidance for Shark Species

CITES Non-detriment Findings Guidance for Shark Species

A Framework to assist Authorities in making Non-detriment Findings (NDFs) for species listed in CITES Appendix II


DETECT IT Tool

DETECT IT Tool

A data analytics tool to help businesses, NGOs, customs officers, law enforcement and fisheries officials to search quickly through fish trade data to identify potential illegally caught and traded fish products around the world

https://detect.trade/

Other Publications

Managing Risk - Global Shipping Companies Say No to Shark Fin

Managing Risk - Global Shipping Companies Say No to Shark Fin


No Shark Fin Carriage Policy Implementation Guidelines

No Shark Fin Carriage Policy Implementation Guidelines


Global Priorities for Conserving Sharks and Rays

Global Priorities for Conserving Sharks and Rays


Jurgen Freund/WWF
Jurgen Freund/WWF
Shark finning loophole still open in Pacific

Added to Press Releases on 12 December 2017

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Peer-Reviewed Papers

Dulvy, N.K., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Davidson, L.N.K., Fordham, S.V., Bräutigam, A., Sant, G., and Welch, D.J. (2017) Challenges and Priorities in Shark and Ray Conservation. Current Biology 27(11), R565-R572. doi: [LINK]


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