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Study of Wildlife Animal Traffic in the Atlantic Forest and its Implications for Conservation
Grantee Name: 
Rede Nacional de Combate ao Tráfico de Animais Silvestres - RENCTAS
HOTSPOT
Atlantic Forest
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$174,829
DATES
Oct 2004
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Mar 2007
KEYWORDS
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Atlantic Forest
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$174,829
DATES
Oct 2004
-
Mar 2007
KEYWORDS

Consolidate information regarding illegal wildlife trade with the aim of gathering enough knowledge to sufficiently analyze the extent of illegal traffic in the Central and Serra do Mar corridors of the Atlantic Forest. Included will be the development of instruments for measuring the efficiency and effectiveness of conservation strategies in the region.

Strategic Direction: 1 Stimulate landscape management initiatives led by civil society in Central and Serra do Mar Corridors