Category Archives: Trade

Bolivian Jaguar’s New Enemies to be Exposed by ELI and IUCN Anti-Trafficking Investigators

Lesser-known links to Bolivia’s jaguar trafficking chain are about to be exposed by anti-trafficking investigators of the Earth League International (ELI), In collaboration with the Dutch national committee on International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). undercover Chinese investigators of ELI, were able to discover significant information on how and where members of the Chinese […]

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Bolivia Rosewood – A Cursory Look at Bolivia’s Lumber Export

Bolivia’s forest is a primary source of sawn wood, of which a large portion is exported as industrial lumber, including the popular Bolivia rosewood material. Also known as Morada or Santos Rosewood, it is a dark colored hardwood well-liked by those looking for fine architectural millwork, furniture or guitar instruments. Bolivia Rosewood, Not a True […]

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Bolivia President’s “New Gold” Still Turning Amazon Forest into Ashes

As fire rages on in Bolivia’s section of the Amazon Forest, many are looking closely into Bolivia’s new trade agreements with China, particularly in the supply of agricultural products. After all, China’s decision to stop buying agricultural products from U.S. farmers, resulted to the Asian country’s increased demand to the farmers of Bolivia.     […]

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Plastic Surgery In An Eco-friendly Way

People’s awareness of the environment in today’s time become more intense. Eco-friendly industries are also rising to meet the requirement of the environment. However, some businesses are totally in contrast with the eco-friendly concept. One of those businesses is the controversial industry of plastic surgery.     More and more individuals, either environmentalist or not, […]

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Bolivia’s Hopes for Meat Boom via China Trade, Raise Deforestation Concerns

Recently, Bolivia’s livestock farmers received news that the country will soon be exporting cattle meat to China. However, the news also raised environmental concerns that the new market will worsen the current state of deforestation in Bolivia, unless livestock farmers migrate to more sustainable methods of production. In 2014, the Friends of Nature Foundation (FAN) […]

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