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CITES
12/01/2016 at 21:31. Facebook
First post-CoP17 CITES-led workshop addresses livelihoods of poor rural communities, focusing on the implementation of CITES CoP17 decisions. See more at [ Goo.gl Link ]
CITES
11/18/2016. Facebook
CITES welcomes the adoption of the Hanoi Statement on Illegal Wildlife Trade which commits to the full implementation of the bold decisions taken at CITES CoP17 on combating illegal trade in wildlife through concrete actions in law enforcement, demand reduction, anti-corruption, engagement and empowerment of livelihoods of rural communities etc. See the statement here: [ Goo.gl Link ]
CITES
11/17/2016. Facebook
Bold decisions were taken at CITES CoP17 - equally bold concrete actions are needed now in the fight against illegal trade in wildlife. See the remarks of CITES Secretary General John E. Scanlon at the ongoing Hanoi Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade: [ Goo.gl Link ]
CITES
11/13/2016. Facebook
I would like to express my most sincere thanks to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Viet Nam for inviting me to witness the destruction of 2 tonnes of confiscated African elephant ivory and rhino horn today in Hanoi.

Remarks of the CITES Secretary-General on destruction of confiscated elephant ivory and rhino horn in Viet Nam | CITES

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CITES
10/23/2016. Facebook
It's International Snow Leopard Day! Snow Leopard has been under the highest level of protection in CITES (Appendix I) since 1975. All the 12 range States are now Party to CITES.
CITES
10/20/2016. Facebook
Article by CITES Secretary-General, John E. Scanlon, on the outcomes of the largest ever World Wildlife Conference - the CITES CoP17.

Guest Articles: CITES CoP17 – A CoP of “Firsts” and a Turning Point for the World’s Wildlife | SDG Knowledge Hub | IISD

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CITES
10/14/2016. Facebook
Lately, several developments have transpired with significant implications for elephants in Africa. Here’s a quick summary of these important updates.

3 Key Outcomes for Africa’s Elephants

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CITES
10/12/2016. Facebook
General of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and asked him just how big a problem the trade in endangered species is. See what he has to say: [ Bbc.co.uk Link ]
CITES
10/11/2016. Facebook
CITES Secretary-General John E. Scanlon speaking at IUCN Congress on combating illicit trafficking in wildlife
CITES
10/05/2016. Facebook
The new CITES treaty of world governments covers exotic anteaters called pangolins, African grey parrots, sharks, rays and more. And it still might not be enough.

The world just agreed to the strongest protections ever for endangered animals

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CITES
10/05/2016. Facebook
CITES CoP17, the largest ever World Wildlife Conference is hailed as a ‘game changer’. See more: [ Goo.gl Link ]
CITES
10/04/2016. Facebook
Parties to CITES at CoP17 accepted the offer of Government of Sri Lanka to host CITES CoP18 in 2019.
CITES
10/03/2016. Facebook
CITES CoP17 agreed today in Committee to include all devil rays (Mobula spp.) under the CITES control regime via Appendix II listing.
CITES
10/03/2016. Facebook
CITES CoP17 agreed this afternoon in Committee I to put silky shark under its protection by including it in Appendix II.
CITES
10/03/2016. Facebook
CITES CoP17 voted in Committee today against the proposals submitted by Namibia and Zimbabwe to allow international commercial trade in their elephant populations.
CITES
10/02/2016. Facebook
Governments at CITES CoP17 agreed in Committee II today to close domestic markets of #elephant #ivory that contribute to poaching or illegal trade. See the amended Resolution Conf. 10.10 (Rev. CoP16): [ Goo.gl Link ]
CITES
10/02/2016. Facebook
CITES CoP17 voted in Committee I this morning to give African grey parrot, one of most trafficked birds in the world, the highest level of protection by uplisting the species into Appendix I which prohibits commercial international trade. See the proposal: [ Goo.gl Link ]
CITES
09/29/2016. Facebook
The first ever CITES Resolution and a full set of Decisions aimed at concrete and targeted actions on demand reduction to tackle #WildlifeTrafficking agreed in Committee I of CITES CoP17. Demand reduction now forms one of the three pronged approach in CITES to combat illegal trade in wildlife.
CITES
09/28/2016. Facebook
World's governments agreed this afternoon in Committee I of #CITES #CoP17 to move all 8 species of pangolins, the most trafficked mammal in the world, to Appendix I of CITES for stronger protection. See the proposals [ Goo.gl Link ]