CITES: news and publications
CITES adopts first ever resolution on corruption
Corruption on the official agenda of a CITES CoP for the first time
Corruption: The elephant in the room
CoP17 event on corruption along the wildlife trafficking value chain
Scaling up protection for pangolins
Governments recommend a ban on all trade in pangolins
Viet Nam must tackle illegal rhino horn trade or face sanctions under CITES
Key issue at world's most important wildlife trade conference in South Africa
Major increase in Thai ivory market shows need for action at wildlife trade meeting
The availability of ivory items for sale in Bangkok has nearly tripled in the last 18 months
Rhino poaching statistics highlight need for action against crime
Record number of rhino poaching deaths in South Africa last year
China destroys seized ivory in symbolic move
Top ivory consumer China destroys tusks seized from traffickers
French president calls on the “conscience of consumer countries” to end wildlife criminality
French President François Hollande called on the “conscience of consumer countries” to put an end ...
Elephant poaching remains alarmingly high despite modest decline
UN data shows 22,000 elephants killed in 2012, down from 25,000 in 2011, but still far too many.
Microchips to protect rhinos in Kenya
WWF-Kenya hands over 1000 microchips and 5 scanners to the Kenya Wildlife Service today.