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What to expect from the Johannesburg CITES meeting

Andreas Wilson-Späth The signatories to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) will be meeting in Johannesburg for an important conference later this year. What are the likely highlights going ... News24, 4 days ago
Global move to preserve pangolins The Telegraph, 2 weeks ago
CITES Parties Submit Proposals and Amendments in Advance of CoP17 Biodiversity Policy & Practice, 2 weeks ago

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Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago

Inclusion of Four Native U.S. Freshwater Turtle Species in Appendix III of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora

The sixth volume of the Public Papers of President Barack Obama is now available online and for purchase. These volumes are produced right here at the Office of the Federal... Continue reading → Posted by Miriam Vincent on March 24, 2016 Were ...
 Federal Register4 days ago Four U.S. Freshwater Turtles Receive International Trade Protection May 19, 2016 El Niño Triggers Legal Requirement to Close Swordfish Drift Gillnet Fishery  Center for Biological Diversity4 days ago
Citizen.co.za

Cites comes to Joburg

Published 05/27/2016 by For the first time this century, the Conference of the Parties (CoP) of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites) will take place in Africa - in Johannesburg in September.
 Look Local21 hours ago
Asiaone

Malaysia wants total ban on trade of rare lizard species

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is asking for a total ban on the international trade of an extremely rare species of lizard that most locals have never heard of but is in danger of being increasingly "loved" to death overseas as pets. The earless monitor ...
 Asiaone6 days ago Earless lizard loved to death  TheStar.com.my6 days ago
Airport Technology

The role of airports in tackling the ivory trade

Global environmental crime is an incredibly prolific business, deemed by the United Nations to be worth as much as $213bn annually. Wildlife trade, alone worth $23bn, relies heavily on elephant ivory, one of the most expensive and in-demand items. ...
 Airport Technology3 weeks ago Experts: Do more to curb illegal trade of rare butterflies  TheStar.com.my1 month ago Endangered species of butterflies seized  South Yorkshire Police1 month ago Roundup: UN urges action to tackle wildlife and forest crime  China.org.cn3 days ago

Celebrities commit to save endangered African animals

Black Rhino From LUCAS PDERO in Luanda, Angola LUANDA, (CAJ News) CELEBRITIES have intervened amid the illegal trade in wildlife pushing species to the brink of extinction. The trend is robbing countries of their natural heritage and profiting ...
 CAJ News Africa2 days ago
AhmedabadMirror.com

ENDANGERED SPECIES IN YOUR ONLINE CART

A gaffe of Amazonian proportions Conservationists horrified to find preserved snakes, alligator heads and other protected wildlife being sold openly on Amazon Increasing urbanisation and subsequent loss of habitat have claimed more than their ...
 Pune Mirror1 week ago It's easy to find endangered species in your online cart  AhmedabadMirror.com1 week ago

Unlicensed ownership of endangered species penalized

Lionel Leong (second row, center) smiles A proposal to increase the fine imposed on unlicensed holders of endangered fauna and flora was approved yesterday by the Legislative Assembly (AL). The Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong, ...
 Macau Daily Times1 month ago Surge in fines for unlicensed ownership of endangered species  Macau Daily Times1 month ago
The Star (Kenya)

KENYAN PRES UHURU SEEKS SUPPORT FOR TOTAL BAN ON IVORY TRADE

NAIROBI, May 27 (NNN-KBC) -- President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday sought support from the international community for Kenya's push for a total ban on trade in ivory. The President urged representatives of more than 170 countries gathered in ...
 NAM News Network18 hours ago Uhuru woos global community to support ban on ivory trade  The Star (Kenya)1 day ago
Look to the Stars

Gisele Bundchen And Ian Somerhalder Support #WildforLife

The United Nations has launched the #WildforLife campaign against illegal trade in wildlife, warning that such trade is pushing species to the brink of extinction, robbing countries of their natural heritage and profiting international criminal ...
 Look to the Stars12 hours ago Kenya-UNEA/Wildlife  News Content1 day ago A-listers join UN in battle against illegal trade in wildlife  OneClimate.net1 day ago Roundup: UN launches unprecedented campaign to end illegal wildlife trade  China.org.cn2 days ago
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