Press releases

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300 Science Experts Review Sustainability of CITES Wildlife Trade

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not an official document.

 

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  
 

 

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

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not an official document.

 

 

People around the world go wild for wildlife!

 

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not an official document.

 

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People around the world go wild for wildlife!

First World Wildlife Day gets ‘thunderous’ support

 

CITES Secretariat welcomes London Declaration on the Illegal Wildlife Trade

Latin American and Caribbean Nations Work Together to Promote Sustainable Global Trade of Sharks

New figures reveal poaching for the illegal ivory trade could wipe out a fifth of Africa’s Elephants over next decade

Gaborone, Botswana, 2 December 2013 — As delegates gather to discuss the plight of the African Elephant at a summit convened by the Government of Botswana and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) new analyses released today find that if poaching rates are sustained at current levels, Africa is likely to lose a fifth of its elephants in the next ten years.
 

CITES and business experts break new ground to trace wildlife trade

European entrepreneurs develop mobile app connecting consumers to nature. 
Python hunters, tanneries, luxury brands, regulators and customers will be able to share value and data.
 
(first released by UNEP on 26 November 2013)
 

Forensics to support the fight against wildlife crime

 

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