Press releases

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CITES Task Force agrees on strategies to combat illegal trade in tortoises and freshwater turtles

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CITES Task Force agrees on strategies to combat illegal trade in tortoises and freshwater turtles

 

CITES calls on tourism and travel sector to join the fight against illegal wildlife trade

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China moves ahead with its closure of domestic ivory market as witnessed by the CITES Secretary General

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not an official document.

 

 

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CITES, FAO and world’s leading fishery experts meet in Geneva to discuss CITES implementation for marine species

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CITES, FAO and world’s leading fishery experts  meet in Geneva to
discuss CITES implementation for marine species

 

CITES to help combat illegal wildlife trade in West Africa’s most important protected area complex

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CITES to help combat illegal wildlife trade in West Africa’s
most important protected area complex

 

Winner of UN World Wildlife Day photo competition announced at UN Headquarters

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not an official document.

 

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2016 trends in African elephant poaching released – CITES MIKE programme

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Finalists of UN World Wildlife Day photo competition announced

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Call for entries: Through young eyes - photo competition for UN World Wildlife Day 2017

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not an official document.

 

New CITES trade rules come into effect as 2017 starts

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New CITES trade rules come into effect as 2017 starts

All Dalbergia rosewoods and palisanders, sharks and rays among the hundreds
of new species brought under CITES trade controls with a ban on all
commercial trade in pangolins and African grey parrots

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