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Largest-ever World Wildlife Conference opens in Johannesburg with calls for changes to protection levels of 500 species of wild animals and plants

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Largest-ever World Wildlife Conference opens in Johannesburg with calls for changes to protection levels of 500 species of wild animals and plants

 

Sharks and rays high on CITES #CoP17 agenda

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Sharks and rays high on CITES #CoP17 agenda

 

CITES and CBD Parties jointly prepare for key global meetings

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CITES Secretariat presents its recommendations on proposals to amend the CITES Appendices - CITES #CoP17

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CITES Secretariat presents its recommendations on proposals to amend the CITES Appendices - CITES #CoP17

 

Some positive signs but African elephants continue to face serious threats - CITES

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CITES to provide targeted support for critical wildlife areas in Africa

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100 days left before the World Wildlife Conference – CITES #CoP17 – kicks off in South Africa!

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100 days left before the World Wildlife Conference –
CITES #CoP17 – kicks off in South Africa!

Geneva, 15 June 2016 – In exactly 100 days from today, the entire CITES community will gather at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa, for the 17th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to CITES (CoP17) to be held from 24 September to 5 October.

Saving lions: Africa agrees on ways forward

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UN targets wildlife crime in the lead up to CITES CoP17

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Backed by Stars, Unprecedented UN Campaign Seeks to Mobilize Millions to End Illegal Trade in Wildlife

 

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Backed by Stars, Unprecedented UN Campaign Seeks to Mobilize Millions to End Illegal Trade in Wildlife

Ban Ki-moon, Gisele Bündchen, Yaya Touré and Ian Somerhalder among those aiming
to spur action to protect endangered species

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