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28 Aug 2019

Reacting to the announcement today by Japanese internet company Yahoo! Japan, that it has banned ...

26 Aug 2019

In response to the CITES committee decision on Agenda Item 89 to continue Standing Committee ...

25 Aug 2019

In response to the CITES committee decision to accept Proposal 45 to include three species of sea ...

22 Aug 2019

In response to the CITES committee decision to reject all listing proposals to change protections ...

22 Aug 2019

Stronger action on trade may however be needed if populations decline further.

17 Aug 2019

A novel method that in the future could be a major weapon against small and large-scale operations ...

12 Aug 2019

Elephants are the largest land-dwelling animals alive today. Did you know that other members of ...

12 Aug 2019

The theme of the inaugural forum was “Travel Ivory Free,” a clarion call to Chinese travellers ...

11 Aug 2019

With a number of key issues and species standing to gain or lose at the upcoming CITES CoP18 ...

08 Aug 2019

Thursday 8th August is International #CatDay. This year we're celebrating with 10 big cat facts ...

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Latest species publications
06 Sep 2019

The case for considering environmental degradation as a risk—to business, finance, and society as a ...

11 Apr 2019

50 years of collaboration for whale and dolphin conservation

13 Apr 2015

WWF and Global Initiative report on gaps in global legal architecture

31 Mar 2015

Strategy to guide conservation of Central Africa's declining western gorillas and chimpanzees

06 Mar 2015

Findings highlight the scale of the illegal trade, particularly in South East Asia

12 Dec 2011

A new monkey, a self-cloning skink, five carnivorous plants, and a unique leaf warbler are among ...

21 Jul 2011

Marine turtles are to the Coral Triangle what jewels are to a crown: both indispensable and ...

01 Dec 2010

The marine turtle derivatives trade in Fiji is showing a marked decrease compared to previous ...

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