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ICCWC launches new web portal on combating wildlife and forest crime

The International Consortium on Combating Wildlife Crime (ICCWC) today announced the launch of a new web portal, designed to support capacity-building efforts by improving access to information on ICCWC tools and activities to combat wildlife and forest crime.

300 Science Experts Review Sustainability of CITES Wildlife Trade

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Mexico’s scientists commended for contributions to implementation of CITES

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Mexico’s scientists commended for contributions to implementation of CITES

Spotlight on wild species at CITES international meeting in Mexico

 

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Spotlight on wild species at CITES international meeting in Mexico

Levels of international trade in caviar, snake skins, live tortoises and freshwater turtles
and rosewood and ebony timber under review  
 

 

CITES Trade Database breaks new ground with open-source technology

Cambridge, Geneva, Nairobi, 17 April 2014 – Access to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) Trade Database – which contains some 14 million records on the international trade in CITES-listed species – is now easier and more reliable,

Two women sentenced to 12 months in jail for smuggling thirteen endangered iguanas seized by the United Kingdom Border Force

On Monday 3 February 2014 two women were arrested at Heathrow Airport in London, after 13 endangered San Salvador iguanas (Cyclura rileyi), a species included in CITES Appendix I, were found by Border Force officers carrying out customs checks. The women arrived on a flight from the Bahamas and were due to fly on to Dusseldorf, Germany. The iguanas were each wrapped in an individual sock and had been stuffed into suitcases.

Two women sentenced to 12 months in jail for smuggling thirteen endangered iguanas seized by the United Kingdom Border Force

On Monday 3 February 2014 two women were arrested at Heathrow Airport in London, after 13 endangered San Salvador iguanas (Cyclura rileyi), a species included in CITES Appendix I, were found by Border Force officers carrying out customs checks. The women arrived on a flight from the Bahamas and were due to fly on to Dusseldorf, Germany. The iguanas were each wrapped in an individual sock and had been stuffed into suitcases.

Expert Conference on the EU Approach against Wildlife Trafficking

Expert Conference on the EU Approach against Wildlife Trafficking

John E. Scanlon

CITES Secretary-General

10 April 2014, Brussels

Commissioner Potočnik, Commissioner Malmström, Distinguished guests, friends and colleagues.

FAO and CITES support African countries with the implementation of recent shark listings

President of Madagascar and CITES Secretary-General call for international support to halt surge in illegal timber trade

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