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Tiger Progress? The Response to CITES

Published: 1 May 1997

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.

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Rhinoceros Horn and Tiger Bone in China: An Investigation of Trade Since the 1993 Ban

Published: 1 May 1997

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Trade in CITES-Listed Birds to and from New Zealand

Published: 23 April 1997

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TRAFFIC examines musk deer farming in China

Published: 10 April 1997

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Still in Business: The Ivory Trade in Asia, Seven Years After the CITES Ban

Published: 7 April 1997

This report provides a review of the current Asian ivory trade, examining recent information from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Taiwan. It shows that Asia's ivory industry is still in business, seven years after the international ban.

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Managing Shark Fisheries: Opportunities for International Conservation

Published: 1 March 1997

Michael L. Weber, Sonja V. Fordham. (March 1997). 61pp. ISBN 1 85850 115 6 (ISBN 978 1 85850 115 4).This report, a joint project of the Center for Marine Conservation and TRAFFIC International, regarding existing international agreements that may promote the conservation of sharks. The report analyses several existing international fisheries regimes, and identifies gaps in the conservation of sharks. Gaps are of two general types - geographical and functional gaps. A comparison of the range of key species of sharks with the jurisdiction of existing fisheries management regimes reveals large gaps in some areas.

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Division of Law Enforcement: A Review of the Program Primarily Responsible for Enforcing CITES

Published: 1 March 1997

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Division of Law Enforcement: A Review of the Program Primarily Responsible for Enforcing CITESCraig Hoover, Terry Tarr, (March 1997). 34pp.

Whale Meat Trade in East Asia

Published: 8 January 1997

This report presents the results of TRAFFIC's 1997 surveys of whale meat markets in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan. The most serious problems identified with regard to illegal catch and trade in whales were in Japan and South Korea.

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The Improvement of CITES Implementation in Taiwan: Establishing an Orchid Nursery Registration System

Published: 1 January 1997

 (1997). 38pp. (Chinese edition). Published by: TRAFFIC East Asia-Taipei. No PDF available. Contact for more details

Shark Fisheries and Trade in Europe

Published: 1 January 1997

Elizabeth H. Fleming, Philippe A. Papageorgiou. (1997). 78pp. ISBN 9 07524 303 0 (ISBN 978 9 07524 303 1). (Executive summary)

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