On October 23, within the framework of the VIII International Environmental Forum "Nature without borders", the Law Faculty of Far Eastern Federal University together with the Amur Tiger Center is holding an International Academic and Research Conference "International and National Legal Mechanisms for the Use and Protection of Wildlife."
The conference will be attended by specialists of the Amur Tiger Center, scientists from the specially protected natural areas of Primorsky Krai, Russian and international experts in the field of legal regulation of wildlife protection and law enforcement officers.
The specialists will discuss such topical issues as improving criminal legislation on illegal use of wildlife, the fight against the smuggling of rare species of animals and investigation of criminal cases of illegal hunting, illegal capture and trafficking of particularly valuable species of wild animals.
The Primorsky Krai Administration has been holding the International Environmental Forum "Nature without borders" since 2006. Throughout the years the Forum has become a popular platform, which allows us to discuss acute environmental issues at a high professional level and outline the prospects for their solution.
The International Academic and Research Conference "International and national legal mechanisms for the use and protection of wildlife" will be held at Far Eastern Federal University from 2.30 to 6.30 p.m. (building "D", room D564). Registration of participants will begin at 2.00 p.m.