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Dubai Customs presents its experience in tackling illegal trade of endangered animals and plants

Dubai Customs presents its experience in tackling illegal trad...

During its participation in (Cites CoP17) in Johannesburg Dubai, 26 November 2016: Dubai Customs participated in the 17th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (Cites CoP17) in Johansburg on tackling the world's biggest wildlife challenges and ..., 6 days ago
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WCS Applauds Lao PDR for Committing to Shut Down Commercial Tiger Farms

) The following comment was issued today by the Wildlife Conservation Society at CITES CoP17.
 PressReleasePoint1 month ago CITES Parties Extend Protections to the African Grey Parrot  National Geographic2 months ago World's Nations Take A Stand To Save The Helmeted Hornbill From Extinction  National Geographic2 months ago CITES CoP17: WCS Congratulates CITES Parties for Extending Protections to the African Grey Parrot  PressReleasePoint2 months ago

Cheetahs makes it to CITES

xecutive Director, Dr. Laurie Marker, has given Cheetahs a new chance for survival as CITES CoP17 approves important decisions concerning their illegal trafficking The trade in elephant and rhino was much debated at the recent CITES conference.
 Namibia Economist1 month ago
Africa Engineering

COP17: Fight against wildlife cybercrime continues

Published 10/06/2016 by By Taryn Arnott van Jaarsveld "There is a growing trend to re-route the supply of wildlife products through the internet," said Rhoda Ogoma, Senior Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions in Kenya, addressing attendees at ...
 Look Local1 month ago CITES to stamp out illegal wildlife trade  Africa Engineering News.com2 months ago CITES bytes hard to battle wildlife cybercrime  Can India News2 months ago

Lions, rhinos big losers at CoP17

It was a win some, lose some scenario yesterday as the 17th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites) drew to a close in Johannesburg. Some member states who wanted to win lost, and those ... month ago

Cites a game changer for wildlife's survival

EPA The South African Environmental Affairs stand at the CoP17 exhibition at the Sandton Convention centre. Picture: Kim Ludbrook Johannesburg - The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites) two-week ...
 IOL1 month ago

Six outcomes from Cites

The world's largest ever wildlife trade meeting, the 17 th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (CoP17) to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites) wrapped up in Johannesburgyesterday, October ... month ago CITES CoP17: 7 Reasons Elephants Won at CITES  PressReleasePoint1 month ago "We've got to stop these guys" UN wildlife chief slams rosewood trade  United Nations Multimedia1 month ago WCO advocates for more resources for Customs to combat illicit wildlife trade at the European Parliament's public hearing  World Customs Organization1 month ago

EXCLUSIVE: WATCH: Joburg market sells illegal wildlife products just down the road from CITES CoP17

Cape Town - This 5-minute raw footage taken at the Faraday Muthi market, in Selby, Johannesburg shows skins and animal parts of endangered species from cheetah, leopard, lion, chimp hands, hyena, pangolin, vulture. This while just down the road in ...
 News241 month ago News | Exceptional: Look at: Joburg market sells unlawful wildlife products and solutions just down the highway from CITES CoP17 month ago
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Conservation trumps commerce at CITES CoP17 - IFAW

The world's biggest wildlife trade conference, CITES CoP17, wrapped up in Johannesburg on Tuesday, 4 October, with many significant votes in favour of more stringent conservation. Adele van schalkwyk 123RF.comWeve seen a real shift in the mindset ...
 Biz Community1 month ago
Huffington Post

Empathy Is Needed at the Conference of the Parties (CoP17) - CITES

Image Credit: Huffington Post Images We will either compel mass extinction or mass protection for wildlife. Every few years, the Conference of the Parties meets at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species to decide the fate ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago Imagining a Different World  Huffington Post1 month ago
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