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Traffic.com Inc

425 West Randolph Street

Chicago, Illinois 60606

United States

Company Description

TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, is the leading non-governmental organization working globally on trade in wild animals and plants in the context of both biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. TRAFFIC was established in 1976 ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Governor

The Parkside Federation

Affiliations

Board Member
Marine Aquarium Council

Chair of Executive Board
FairWild Foundation

Member
IUCN

Member
World Wildlife Fund

Member
UK Programme Committee

Board Member
Islanda Services

Education

B.Sc

Environmental Studies

University of Hertfordshire

Web References (182 Total References)


About Us

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STEVEN BROAD

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STEVEN BROAD, MAC Board Chairman
Executive Director, TRAFFIC International Non Industry
Steven has been the director of TRAFFIC since 1996, an organization he joined in 1983. TRAFFIC is a joint project of the World Wildlife Fund and The World Conservation Union - IUCN. Its mission is to ensure that trade in wild plants and animals is not a threat to the conservation of nature. Broad is well acquainted with international treaties and negotiations and has had significant senior international connections. He directed the TRAFFIC effort in Southeast Asia during 1993-1995.


FairWild - Who's who

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Steven Broad is Executive Director of TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, which is a UK-registered charity and a collaboration between WWF and IUCN. Working for IUCN and TRAFFIC since the mid-1980s, he has diverse experience in trade research, regulation support, policy, training and facilitation work. Before taking up his current post, Steven was TRAFFIC's regional director for the ASEAN region, based in Malaysia in the mid-1990s. He is now responsible for TRAFFIC's global operations, and leadership of a team of 120 staff based in 30 countries. He has a BSc in Environmental Studies and is a member of the IUCN Species Survival Commission, a Fellow of WWF UK, a board member of the Marine Aquarium Council and Chair of the Global Agenda Council on Illicit Trade of the World Economic Forum. He also serves as an advisor to the Pew Marine Fellowship Program and the Whitley Awards for Nature Conservation.

Steven is Chair of FairWild's Executive Board.


IUCN - Governance of the Species Survival Commission

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Mr Steven Broad

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Steven Broad
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Mr Steven Broad
Steven Broad is Executive Director of TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network. He is responsible for TRAFFIC's global operation as a partnership between WWF and IUCN, and leadership of a team of 120 staff based in 30 countries world-wide. TRAFFIC delivers research findings, policy advice, capacity building and public outreach to address conservation and development concerns related to trade in wild animals and plants, ranging from trade in ivory and tiger products to fisheries, timber and medicinal plants. Working for IUCN and TRAFFIC since the mid-1980s, Mr Broad built up diverse experience in trade research, regulation support, policy, training and facilitation work. He was TRAFFIC's regional director for the ASEAN region, based in Malaysia during 1993-1995, before taking up his current post.
Mr Broad has a B.Sc in Environmental Studies from the University of Hertfordshire and is a member of the IUCN Species Survival Commission, the WWF UK Programme Committee and the Global Agenda Council on Illicit Trade of the World Economic Forum. He also serves as an advisor to the Pew Marine Fellowship Program and the Whitley Awards for Nature Conservation, is Chair of the board of directors of the Marine Aquarium Council and has recently joined the board of FairWild Foundation.


IUCN - Governance of the Species Survival Commission

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Mr Steven Broad

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Steven Broad
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Mr Steven Broad
Steven Broad is Executive Director of TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network. He is responsible for TRAFFIC's global operation as a partnership between WWF and IUCN, and leadership of a team of 120 staff based in 30 countries world-wide. TRAFFIC delivers research findings, policy advice, capacity building and public outreach to address conservation and development concerns related to trade in wild animals and plants, ranging from trade in ivory and tiger products to fisheries, timber and medicinal plants. Working for IUCN and TRAFFIC since the mid-1980s, Mr Broad built up diverse experience in trade research, regulation support, policy, training and facilitation work. He was TRAFFIC's regional director for the ASEAN region, based in Malaysia during 1993-1995, before taking up his current post.
Mr Broad has a B.Sc in Environmental Studies from the University of Hertfordshire and is a member of the IUCN Species Survival Commission, the WWF UK Programme Committee and the Global Agenda Council on Illicit Trade of the World Economic Forum. He also serves as an advisor to the Pew Marine Fellowship Program and the Whitley Awards for Nature Conservation, is Chair of the board of directors of the Marine Aquarium Council and has recently joined the board of FairWild Foundation.


Release of Rhino Poachers Exposes Widespread Enforcement Failures

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"Rhino poachers are currently operating in an environment where they are allowed to break the law without appropriate consequences," said Steven Broad, Executive Director of TRAFFIC.

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