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Nakawe Project Aug 20
❗️🇨🇦🦈🇨🇦❗️Canada is planning to vote “NO” for protecting Mako ! . Both the Longfin Mako shark (Isurus paucus) and the Shortfin Mako (Isurus oxyrinchus) are listed as under the Red List.
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Emmanuel Koro Aug 21
If CITES CoP18 votes against ivory trade today, in Geneva, Switzerland; elephant over-populated SADC countries will be insulted. SADC people should be proud of their governments if they pull out of CITES in protest & start an independent ivory trading body.
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Lydia Slobodian Aug 22
on MGR in : we can find a way forward, but we need to focus!
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Nakawe Project Aug 22
Replying to @NakaweProject
Unfortunately, some countries and delegates at CITES do not believe mako are (even though clearly labels them as endangered), while ignoring the mercury data and hidden threats the of meat poses to consumers all over the world.
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Justin Gosling Aug 22
Skin For Sale. Tonight (Thursday 22) at I’ll be presenting the findings of ongoing research into the killing and trafficking of for their skin. side event. 19:00. Room K.
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Maria Sagot 19h
The new volume of the IUCN Bat Specialist Group Newsletter is out, with great articles on the use of technology in bat conservation.
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Emmanuel Koro Aug 18
SADC countries might soon find themselves with virtually no markets to sell their ivory worldwide. This follows the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Washington-based Senior Vice President’s announcement today that the WWF is on a drive to shutdown all Asian ivory markets.
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Emmanuel Koro 20h
There is vote rigging in UN CITES. Western animal rights groups paid East & West Africans & told them to vote against ivory trade.That's how SADC lost the ivory trade bid vote.The next 90 days SADC will consider to stay or pullout of undemocratic CITES.
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Bob Payne Aug 22
Project Coordinator – Protected Areas, World Heritage and Business
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Lydia Slobodian Aug 22
Sharing information on MGR makes for better science! Read more:
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IUCN Mangrove SG Aug 22
A nice summary of why are so important to the world from the which also includes an infographic showing many other lifeforms that mangroves support, including !
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emily nicholson Aug 18
Our work on the Red List of Ecosystems: impacts on conservation policy and practice.
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AWHF 23h
Participants had the previlige to have a tour around , learning about the history of the Heritage Site, which was filled with mixed emotions and also contributing to decision making on the future of Robben Island
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Make your local ♥ly 14h
...and the size of the ! It must have been decades old - we should be doing all that we can to ensure the safe, unrestricted passage of this -redlisted critically endangered species back to the sea to spawn
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IUCN_Ocean Aug 20
Strategic Environmental Assessment is an essential tool to address how will manage areas beyond national jurisdictions.
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Hemanth Sreekumar Aug 22
WAKE UP! Use your drones, choppers or whatever you have to stop it. It's going to cause drastic climate change & we are all going to bear the brunt. This is home fellows. Do something.
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Primatweeps Aug 20
Replying to @primatweeps
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Tycho Sierra Aug 18
. Since you continue to make millions off the presidency (ILLEGAL!!!) I would like to know whether you've continued to give your govt salary to USPS. They need it to protect all the endangered species upon whose backs your admin gas placed a target!!
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Primatweeps Aug 20
Replying to @primatweeps
How can you help? By supporting conservation efforts, research, and your local zoo! Don’t buy Rosewood products or keep a lemur for a pet.
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Saevus Magazine Aug 21
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