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North-South initiative by Sweden and Tanzania: Making wildlife crime more visible and wildlife law enforcement more effective

Participants in the Sweden-Tanzania roundtable on
preventing and combating illegal trade in endangered
species, 26 January 2012, Dar es Salaam

Workshops held on agarwood in 2011

The year 2011 saw great progress made by the Parties to CITES involved in conservation, management and trade in agarwood (Aquilaria spp. and Gyrinops spp.).  Parties discussed and agreed on issues to be considered at the next meeting of the Conference of the Parties (CoP16, 3-15 March 2013, Thailand).

Controlled deliveries: a tool for reaching the big players in illegal wildlife trafficking

A group photo of the participants to the workshop (click to enlarge)

CITES makes best use of knowledge and information management with the World Customs Organization (WCO)

 Due recognition of CITES promoted at IPBES plenary

UNEP in Nairobi (Kenya), venue of the meeting

Building compliance and enforcement capacity in Indonesia through Green Customs

CITES keynote remarks at the ninth INECE Conference on "Enforcement Cooperation: Strengthening Environmental Governance”

The International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (INECE) held its ninth International Conference entitled “Enforcement Cooperation: Strengthening Environmental Governance” from 20 to 24 June 2011 in British Columbia, Canada.

Law enforcers and prosecutors gather in Johannesburg for specialized CITES training

Participants to the training course

Launch of the CITES Virtual College

Providing creative and cost-effective capacity building for CITES

Baeza, Spain, 7 June 2011

Brazilian support for strengthening implementation of CITES