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Strategies for Enforcing Wildlife Trade Regulations in Ulaanbaatar

Strategies for Enforcing Wildlife Trade Regulations in Ulaanbaatar
by Ryan Thompson last modified Apr 07, 2017 03:38 PM
Contributors: Scharf K, Fine A, Odonchimeg N

This case study reviews and recommends strategies to regulate wildlife trade through Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Author(s): Scharf K, Fine A, Odonchimeg N

Publication Date: 2010

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Key Points in Document:

  • This case study reviews and recommends strategies to regulate wildlife trade through Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
  • Ulaanbaatar is highlighted as an ideal site to launch an effort to support improved enforcement of wildlife trade regulations because it sits at the center Mongolia’s wildlife trade and because it has several strategic chokepoints for the trade where enforcement actions could have significant impacts.
  • Rather than proposing legal reforms, the report assesses enforcements strategies available under existing laws, and suggests collaboration amongst various agencies. Additionally, the report discusses recommendations for improving wildlife trade regulation enforcement.
  • This report offers robust lessons drawn from direct experience with a number of enforcement approaches. These lessons are likely to be relevant for other countries and contexts.

 

Citation: Scharf K, Fine A, Odonchimeg N. Strategies for Enforcing Wildlife Trade Regulations in Ulaanbaatar. Mongolia Discussion Papers, East Asia and Pacific Sustainable Development Department. Washington, D.C.: World Bank (2010).

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