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  • Restriction of Wildlife Trade Law in Thailand Minako Ito TSEA (7) Jun 3, 2009
  • Background
    • Chatuchak Market
    • Thaksin Shinawatra ’ s announcement of restriction
    • Controversy over
    • restriction of wildlife
    • trade law in Thailand
  • Con: Poor Loses their Job
    • Substantial source of income for poor
    • Wildlife products help their daily lives
    • Local community sale
    • only- no relation with
    • illegal wildlife trade
  • Pro: Economic Benefit
    • USD 300billion per year
    • Many values and use
    • Well-managed and “ pro-poor ” help
  • Con: Not Effective against Illegal Wildlife Trade
    • High and continuous demand
    • Slow change
    • Change in attitude needed
  • Pro: Able to Stop Illegal Wildlife Trade
    • Third biggest black-market
    • Low penalty, Low risk, High Profit
    • Cooperation and coordination needed
  • Pro: Save Endangered Species
    • 20% of the animals will not exist in 2030
    • Bad condition of animals
    • Many animals in the edge of extinction
  • Solution
    • Restriction of Law in Thailand is necessary
    • Regional Law-Enforcement - SEA
    • Global Cooperation
  • Works Cited:
    • “ ASEAN to Launch Law Enforcement Network to Curb Wildlife Trade. ” Kyodo News International. 11 Oct, 2004. Record Number: 105AED419CF9BC6E. Newsbank School Library Collection. International School Bangkok Main Library, Bangkok, Thailand. Newsbank. 25 May, 2009. <http://infoweb.newsbank.com>.
    • Beckham, Eugene C. “ Pet Trade. ” Environmental Encyclopedia. Ed. Marci Bortman, Peter Brimblecombe and Mary Ann Cunningham. #rd ed. Detroit: Gale, 2003. Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Gale. International School Bangkok. 17 May. 2009 <http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/isb>.
    • “ Group Criticize Proposed Law on Wildlife Protection. ” Thai Press Reports. 29 May,2007. Record Number: TND56331958. Newsbank School Library Collection. International School Bangkok Main Library, Bangkok, Thailand. Newsbank. 17 May, 2009. <http://inforweb.newsbank.com/>.
    • Inbaraj, Sonny. “ Criminal Link in Wildlife Trade Angers Experts. ” Inter Press Service. 5 Oct, 2004. Record Nmber: 1058F66C284E0304. Newsbank School Library Collection. International School Bangkok Main Library, Bangkok, Thailand. Newsbank. 25 May, 2009. <http://infoweb.newsbank.com/>.
    • Inbaraj, Sonny. “ Thai Plan for Asian Wildlife Crime Net Wins Support. ” Inter Press Service. 2 Oct, 2004. Record Number:1058A37FF88EA111. Newsbank School Library Collection. International School Bangkok Main Library, Bangkok, Thailand. Newsbank. 25 May, 2009. <http://infoweb.newsbank.com/>.
    • Murray, Louise. “ A Beastly Business. ” Geographical. Aug, 2001. Advanced Placement Source. EBSCO. International School Bangkok Main Library, Bangkok, Thailand. 25 May, 2009. <http://search.global.epnet.com>.
    • Schearf, Daniel. “ Thailand Trains Airport Staff to Tackle Illegal Wildlife Trade. ” Newsvoa.com 25 May, 2009. Newsvoa.com. 14 May, 2009. <http://www.voanews.com/english/archive/2009-03-25-voa42.cfm>.
  • Works Cited
    • “ Southeast Asia ’ s Illegal Wildlife Trade. ” NPR. 3-5 Nov, 2003. NPR. 14 May, 2009. <http://www.npr.org/rograms/re/archivesdate/2003/nov/wildlife/index.html>.
    • “ Tackling Thailand ’ s Illegal Turtle Trade. ” WWF. 25 Apr, 2008. World Wild Fund. 14 May, 2009.<http://www.wwf.org.uk/what_we_do/safeguarding_the_natural_world/wildlife/il legal_turtle_trade>.
    • “ Thailand Calls for Wildlife Trade Enforcement. ” Voice of America. 11 Mar, 2009. Wildlifealliance.org. 14 May, 2009. <http://wildlifealliance.org/news/in-the- news/thailand-calls-for-wildlife-trade-enforcement/>.
    • “ The Disturbing Situation of How Humans Treat other Organisms. ” Bangkok Post. 8 Oct, 2008. Ecologyasia.com. 14 May, 2009. <http://www.ecologyasia.com/news- archives/2008/oct-08/bp_081007_1.htm>.
    • Thomas, Richard “ Well-managed Wildlife Trade Can Benefit Poor Communities. ” TRAFFIC 24 May, 2008. TRAFFIC. 17 May, 2009.<http://www.traffic.org/home/2008/5/23/well- managed-wildlife-trade-can-benefit-poor-communities/>.
    • Truscott, Claire. “ Thai Efforts against Wildlife Smuggling Stymied by Weak Laws. ” Agence France-Presse. 7 Nov, 2008. Record Number: 124504C0A8646888. Newsbank School Library Collection. International School Bangkok Main Library, Bangkok, Thailand. Newsbank. 25 May, 2009. <http://infoweb.newsbank.com/>.
    • Voorhaai, Ria. “ How Agents can Help to Save the Wildlife. ” Travel Trade. 20 Oct, 2004. Item No. 14854871. Academic Search Elite. International School Bangkok Main Library, Bangkok Thailand. EBSCO. 25 May, 2009. <http://search.global.epnet.com>.