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ipbes Oct 28
🚨Launching 29 Oct. @ 3pm CEST🚨 🦠The gathers the best available evidence on the links between & thanks to 🔬the work of 22 experts from all over the world 🌐 resource persons from , , , &
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CITES Oct 28
Cameroon customs have seized 626 kg of smuggled ivory, amounting to 118 elephant tusks during an operation in Ambam, a subdivision in South region, officials said on Thursday.
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CITES Oct 23
The CITES Secretariat and 13 international agencies form the Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife (CPW) have laid out 4 guiding principles for reducing risk of zoonoses while enhancing collaboration towards sustainable wildlife management:
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CITES Oct 26
According to the latest survey, the Iberian lynx population on the peninsula has increased ninefold over 18 years. Experts say that if current efforts can maintain their momentum, the species could be out of danger by 2040.
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António Guterres Oct 22
As we mark the 's 75th anniversary, our founding mission is more critical than ever. Let us come together and realize our shared vision of a better world - with peace and dignity for all.
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Ivonne Higuero Oct 23
Interesting article on the impacts of on the marine environment and proposed solutions.
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CITES Oct 23
The CITES Secretariat and 13 international agencies form the Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife (CPW) have laid out 4 guiding principles for reducing risk of zoonoses while enhancing collaboration towards sustainable wildlife management:
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CITES Oct 23
The CITES Secretariat and the 14 members of the Cooperative Partnership on Forests (CPF) call on the global community to include sustainable use and management objectives as central parts of post-COVID-19 recovery plans:
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ipbes Oct 23
"When criminal actors trade in endangered species, they weaken entire and they threaten essential links of the world's " SG on on the connection between the illegal wildlife trade &
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World Wildlife Day Oct 22
Nearly 20 gibbon species exist throughout the world, from northeastern India to Borneo. Most are under threat from the destruction of forests, hunting and illegal trade.
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TRAFFIC Oct 20
Secretary General addresses delegates during the second annual event to mark the creation of the Coalition to End Wildlife Trafficking Online, organised by China Wildlife Conservation Association (CWCA), IFAW, TRAFFIC, WWF, & Tencent
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Ivonne Higuero Oct 16
The CPW’s four guiding principles can steer policymakers towards effective, pragmatic and science-based solutions that benefit the conservation of wildlife and ecosystems, human health and livelihoods.
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FAO Forestry Oct 15
Find out how the Collaborative Partnership on is working for wildlife, food security and sustainable livelihoods
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CIFOR Oct 16
📢Proposed by the Collaborative Partnership on Management, this statement outlines guiding principles to reduce the risk of future pandemics originating from wild animals & strengthening the conservation of wildlife 🔗
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Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) Oct 16
“COVID-19 provides yet another reason to take actions needed to protect wild species of animals, including actions to protect and restore natural habitats and to address their overexploitation,” said CMS Executive Secretary Amy Fraenkel.
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CITES Oct 16
The CITES Secretariat and the 13 members of the Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management (CPW) propose 4 guiding principles for a scientific approach to wildlife management that can reduce the risks of future pandemics:
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Ivonne Higuero Oct 15
The Secretariat welcomes the launch of a new online platform for the Elephant Trade Information System/ETIS. The website will provide better collection & access to much-needed data that can inform crucial conservation and enforcement decisions to address the illegal ivory trade.
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CITES Oct 15
ETIS online: and the CITES Secretariat have launched a new website for the Elephant Trade Information System (ETIS) to facilitate the collection of and access to data on seizures involving elephant specimens
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CITES Oct 15
Join CITES Secretary-General today at 13h30 (CEST) at ’s virtual annual conference for a discussion on how zoos and aquariums can support in keeping the wildlife trade legal and sustainable
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UNCTAD Oct 13
Trade in queen conch 🐚, a globally loved seafood delicacy that's iconic to the Caribbean, lends itself well to principles. 's working with eastern Caribbean nations to help apply these & so improve fortunes for small-scale producers.
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