PANEL DISCUSSION ANNOUNCEMENT: Countering Wildlife Trafficking: Hot Spots, Congressional Action, and the Impact of CoP17 (US)


George Mason University - Arlington Campus

Date Published

Open to: Faculty, Students, Alumni, and Public

Join TraCCC for a panel discussion on global trends in wildlife trafficking, results of the recent CITES CoP 17 meeting, new US legislation, and innovative ways to make a difference.

Monday, 5th December
12:00pm – 2:00pm

Learn about:

Global trends in wildlife trafficking
The results of the recent CITES CoP 17 Meeting
New US legislation
Innovative ways to make a difference

A Panel Discussion Followed by NGO/Private Sector Presentations.

Are you an NGO or private sector group working to combat wildlife trafficking?
Send us a one- page summary of your work/project and share a few highlights with the audience (5 minutes or less)

George Mason University, Arlington Campus
Founders Hall, Room 111

3351 Fairfax Drive, MS 3B1
Arlington, VA 22201

GMU Arlington, Virginia Square Metro (Orange Line) (map)

RSVP: Online, or by contacting Kasey Kinnard at [email protected] or 703-993-9757