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Friday
Oct012010

Rhino Progress? The Response to CITES Resolution Conf. 9.14

Document  (summary, 104 KB) Susan A. Mainka. (June 1997). 27pp. ISBN 1 85850 130 X (ISBN 978 1 85850 130 7). This report examines the response by 14 rhinoceros states and 18 consumer countries and territories to this resolution, adopted in 1994 by the Parties to CITES. Many of the activities recommended in this resolution are under way, however funding to support rhinoceros conservation is still in severe shortfall. Only five of the consumer countries and territories surveyed have provided assistance with rhinoceros conservation activities since 1994.