“Powerful tools are needed to combat and control the massive illegal trade in wildlife which threatens the survival of numerous species, threatens the welfare of our agricultural and pet industries, and imposes untold costs upon American taxpayers.”

The House Report No. 97-276

Landmark Wildlife Conservation & Anti-Trafficking Act of 2018 Introduced

On May 8, 2018, the Wildlife Conservation & Anti-Trafficking Act of 2018 was introduced. This groundbreaking bi-partisan legislation is aimed at making it easier to catch and prosecute poachers, traffickers, and the those involved in the global trade in illegal wildlife and seafood products.

The National Whistleblower Center, the leading whistleblower advocacy group in the U.S., has endorsed the proposed law and issued an urgent call to action for Congress to get this legislation passed immediately. TAKE ACTION: Urge your Representatives to support the Wildlife Conservation and Anti-Trafficking Act of 2018!

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Stephen M. Kohn, in his role as executive director of the National Whistleblower Center, made the video above to promote the passage of this landmark legislation.

Incentivizing Whistleblowers to Report Illegal Wildlife Trafficking

Representing Wildlife: For Attorneys

Visit The National Whistleblower Center’s YouTube Channel for more videos.