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Wednesday
Nov202013

Into the deep: Implementing CITES measures for commercially-valuable sharks and manta rays

Document (PDF, 1.8 MB). Victoria Mundy-Taylor & Vicki Crook. (2013). TRAFFIC. This Report aims to compile and collate readily available information on: (i) the main Parties likely to be affected by the listings of shark species adopted at CITES CoP16 (Bangkok, Thailand in March 2013); (ii) international, regional and domestic regulations and measures that may be mutually supportive of, and complementary to, the listings; (iii) the main challenges expected in relation to implementation of the listings; and (iv) any existing or planned capacity building initiatives and tools available to support the listings, in addition to potential gaps and needs.