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Thursday
Mar142013

Global wildlife trade conference closes with firm resolve

in Japanese

Bangkok, Thailand, 14th March 2013—Two weeks of inter-governmental negotiations on regulation of trade in wild animals and plants concluded today with some giant steps forward for global efforts to stamp out illegal wildlife trade and ensure sustainability of future trade in a range of valuable species.

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Thursday
Mar142013

White smoke for Whitetip and other sharks at CITES

Bangkok, Thailand, 14th March 2013—Earlier decisions to adopt proposals to include shark species threatened by overharvesting for their fins and meat within CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) were accepted today during the final plenary wrap up session of the conference. Likewise, the Manta Rays were also formally adopted into the CITES Appenices.

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Thursday
Mar142013

CITES turns up the heat on Tiger smugglers

Bangkok, Thailand, 14th March 2013—A new international law enforcement initiative to stop the poaching and illegal trade of Tigers and other Asian big cats was agreed by the member countries of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) meeting in Bangkok today.

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Wednesday
Mar132013

CITES agrees improved ivory control measures

Bangkok, Thailand, 13th March 2012—Governments meeting at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) currently underway in Bangkok today agreed a series of measures to improve the regulation of the global illegal ivory trade.

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Tuesday
Mar122013

CITES members silent over failure to address illegal toothfish fishing

Bangkok, Thailand, 13th March 2012—Governments remained silent when a report demonstrating their lack of co-operation in addressing illegal fishing of toothfish was presented to the CITES meeting currently underway in Bangkok.

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Tuesday
Mar122013

Timber proposals widely adopted at CITES

Bangkok, Thailand, 12th March—Dozens of commercially exploited timber species are to receive better international trade controls following negotiations at a United Nations meeting today.

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Monday
Mar112013

CITES Parties agree on Manta rays proposal

in Japanese

Bangkok, Thailand, 11th March—Governments at a United Nations meeting on wildlife trade today voted for better international trade controls for Manta rays. The rays are in decline owing to overfishing for their high-value gill plates.

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Monday
Mar112013

Sharks receive improved trade protection measures

in Japanese

Bangkok, Thailand, 11th March—Governments at a United Nations meeting on wildlife trade today voted for better international trade controls for shark species that are in severe decline because of overfishing for their high-value fins and meat.

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