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14th Conference of the Parties (CoP14) to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)

The Hague, Netherlands, 3-15 June 2007

Meeting reports
844 representatives from CITES Parties and 400 observers from intergovernmental, international and national organizations attended CoP14. Find out about the key decisions taken in the TRAFFIC report (87 KB) on the meeting and from the CITES website

IUCN and TRAFFIC's Analyses of the Proposals at CoP14
English (3.1 MB), French (1.8 MB) and Spanish (1.7 MB)

Summaries of IUCN and TRAFFIC's Analyses
English (450 KB), French (1.9 MB) and Spanish (1.7 MB)

TRAFFIC's Recommendations on CoP14 Proposals
English (767 KB), French (744 KB), Spanish (727 KB), Chinese (87 KB) and Japanese (1 MB)

TRAFFIC Briefing papers
Elephants and CoP14 (320 KB)
Sturgeons and CoP14 (English) (409 KB)
Sturgeons and CoP14 (Russian) (587 KB)
Sharks and CoP14 (184 KB)
CITES strategic vision (115 KB)

Other TRAFFIC CoP14 publications
InfoTRAFFIC CoP14 special issue (French) (454 KB)
The Roar of the Tiger: The Tiger Debate at CoP14 (502 KB) (June 2007). 50pp. A compilation of the in-session documents, information documents and interventions at the CITES CoP14 on Agenda Document CoP14 Doc 52 “Asian Big Cats”. Compiled by TRAFFIC India

See also the TRAFFIC publications pages, for a wide variety of TRAFFIC reports relevant to CITES issues

TRAFFIC news stories and press releases from CoP14
Proposals to amend the CITES Appendices announced (17 January 2007)
CITES: Provisional assessments welcomed (28 February 2007)
CITES: TRAFFIC Recommendations made public (11 April 2007)
Asian crime syndicates fuel illegal ivory surge, TRAFFIC tells CITES (10 May 2007)
Romania holds first CITES training seminar (17 May 2007)
CITES meeting in the spotlight (28 May 2007)
Top of the cops: ivory number 1 in Belgian CITES seizures (30 May 2007)
CITES: UN wildlife convention gives green light to ivory sale (2 June 2007)
Alarming upsurge in rhino poaching (6 June 2007)
CITES enforcement to be given 'high priority' (6 June 2007)
In the picture: world’s largest tiger mosaic unveiled (7 June 2007)
CITES: Tropical tree left stranded (7 June 2007)
CITES fails to list sharks (8 June 2007)
CITES: Conservation bite for Sawfish (11 June 2007)
CITES: Brighter future for the European eel (11 June 2007)
CITES: DNA test confirms tiger meat for sale at Chinese farm (12 June 2007)
Caribbean marine turtles: CITES action on over-exploitation (12 June 2007)
CITES backs red, pink and other corals (13 June 2007)
CITES: Breeding tigers for trade soundly rejected (13 June 2007)
CITES: 18 year ivory deadlock broken (14 June 2007)
CITES: Commercially traded species big losers (15 June 2007)

Useful links
CITES homepage
WWF Species Programme 
IUCN Species Survival Commission
Dutch Government's CoP14 website