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[Webinar] U.S. and the Global Trade in Wildlife - February 5, 2016

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

 

 

FOOD PROTECTION WEBINAR SERIES

U.S. and the Global Trade in Wildlife

Friday, February 5, 2016 at 10:00AM-11:00AM CT / 11:00AM-12:00PM ET

To enhance understanding of the potential health and security risks associated with global trade in wildlife and characterize the participation of the US in such trade, EcoHealth Alliance (www.ecohealthalliance.org) has been collecting data and analyzing global wildlife trade (GWT) over the past decade. GWT involves international trade of billions of individual animals and their products through a range of market chains that vary in source, trader and consumer identity, geographical pathway of movement, as well as purpose and legality. This presentation will cover information gathered through the above described efforts and briefly address potential associated concerns.

Presented By:
Kristine Smith, DVM, DACZM
EcoHealth Alliance

Facilitated By:
Dominic Travis, DVM, MS
Associate Professor
College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Minnesota

 

 
 
 

This complimentary presentation is part of the Food Protection and Defense Institute's Food Protection Webinar Series
For more information, contact Lisa Brienzo, Sr. Project Manager, at brien002@umn.edu.
Technical troubleshooting questions should be directed to Amanda Moren at moren211@umn.edu.