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Ivonne Higuero Nov 23
Today we recognise the 10 years of achievements of and all the Parties who used ICCWC tools and guidance over this decade to make a difference and treat as a serious crime and combat it more effectively. Keep up the good work as the battle continues!
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CAST Nov 22
Communication is key when it comes to inclusive technology ecosystems. Like many parents, Raylea struggled w/ inconsistent school communication. Learn how your district can engage with families using the Framework.
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Cynthia Curry Nov 22
So excited about the amazing work happening in the Framework Development Districts!
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Region 1 Comprehensive Center Nov 20
.: Can assistive technology benefit students without IEPs? One district says yes! Learn more about Tomball School District’s plan for an inclusive technology ecosystem.   
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Zimbabwe Elephant Foundation Nov 22
Firm approaches SC after PHC rejects plea to import elephants - Pakistan -
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StrathclydeOA Nov 27
Implementing the Convention on International Trade in of Wild and (CITES) Through National Legal Frameworks : a Study and a Guide
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The Association of Collaborative Design CIC Nov 20
From themes to practical programmes, to , join experts for discussion on and -design next Wednesday. Book now for inspiration and insight: Thanks
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Defra UK Nov 20
Time is running out. Now that we’ve left the EU, new rules for importing and exporting CITES-listed plants start 01 Jan 2021. 🌵 Head of the Scientific Authority for explains why you should apply for a CITES permit in advance:
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Kamran Khan Yousfzai Nov 24
Early morning weighing birds at Falcons Shelter, rehabilitation of confiscated falcons Govt of Pakistan.
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Knowable Magazine Nov 23
There’s no disagreement among researchers that wildlife trade is a major contributor to the loss of biodiversity worldwide. Where they disagree is over what the countries that signed up to a major international agreement called should do about it.
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Knowable Magazine Nov 22
"As products become rarer, prices and demand increase. You just hit species all the way into extinction" — Brett Scheffers,wildlife ecologist
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Knowable Magazine Nov 23
“When you talk to people about CITES, the first thing that comes to their mind is trade bans. But the real heart of CITES is sustainability,” says ,
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CAST Nov 24
Did you miss Alise Crossland & Kristin Ruedel from discussing technology leadership in practice w/ , & ? We have the on-demand recording & resources for you!
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Indian Turtle Conservation Action Network - ITCAN Nov 20
Replying to @IndianItcan
Indian Star tortoise is one of the most from . This species is listed under Schedule IV of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 and in appendix I of . PC - Theems Photography
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Marcio Castro de Souza Nov 23
releases a comprehensive publicaton explaining aspects of implementation in and a guide to legal practitioners and decision-makers to facilitate review and enhance their legislation in line with . Download it at
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Kamran Khan Yousfzai Nov 22
Daily Management for Confiscated Falcons. Falconers helping Pakistan Customs Government of Pakistan.
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Mary Zientek Sulaiman Nov 25
“Sentient, intelligent, cognitive” beings currently forced to endure “dramatic negative change in welfare”-heartbreaking stress they’re exhibiting cause them suffer “throughout their significantly shortened lives”.
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Knowable Magazine Nov 23
In 2019, an illegal shipment from Nigeria to Vietnam was seized by Customs officials in Singapore. Inside the shipping container labelled as frozen beef, inspectors found bloody sacks containing 14 tons of pangolin scales worth $38.7 million.
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Chris  R Shepherd Nov 24
Did you know Canada was the greatest exporter of Black Bear parts and trophies to the Czech Republic? Read more at: or on the () publications page.
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Knowable Magazine Nov 25
Can fake wildlife products help protect endangered species? A few research groups are testing this novel strategy but economists aren’t sure it will work.
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