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Engaging local communities in responses to illegal trade in pangolins: who, why and how?

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Engaging local communities in responses to illegal trade in pangolins: who, why and how?

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... Working with rural communities to successfully combat wildlife crime and the trafficking of threatened species is a growing model xii for the successful integration of local actors within global conservation priorities. [162,163] The integration of traditional knowledge with formal scientific knowledge is increasingly recognized as vital for effective and equitable conservation outcomes. [164][165][166] In fact, biocultural diversity is intrinsically linked to, [167] and has actively helped create, [43,44,168,169] biodiversity. ...
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