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Friday
Oct012010

Tiger Progress? The Response to CITES Resolution Conf. 9.13

Document (Summary, 144 KB) Susan A. Mainka. (May 1997). 82pp. ISBN 1 85850 1296 (ISBN 978 1 85850 129 1) This report examines the response to the resolution adopted by the Conference of the Parties to CITES in 1994. The resolution called upon Parties to take a variety of actions to help save the world's remaining tigers from extinction. The report examines the response to the resolution from 29 select countries and territories, for which information was available. The response to the resolution was found to be incomplete, with few countries honouring their commitment to the actions agreed.