CITES: news and publications
Guide for law enforcers on traditional Asian medicines yields results in Europe
A guide to assist enforcement officers to help recognize traditional Asian medicine has yielded ...
CITES: Japan's whaling proposals defeated
The Parties to CITES have overwhelmingly rejected Japan's proposals to downlist Minke whales from ...
WWF comments on CITES decisions on ivory trade
Members of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species took several decisions ...
ASEAN commits to controlling wildlife trade
- The 10 members of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) today announced a bold ...
Plan for African ivory markets a victory for elephants
WWF and TRAFFIC applaud African countries who today announced a continent-wide action plan to crack ...
Critically endangered dolphin gains trade protection under CITES
The member countries of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) today ...
CITES: big win for Asian rainforest tree
WWF and TRAFFIC today hailed the success of Indonesia's proposal to list ramin – a tropical ...
CITES: Asian species at risk from global trade
WWF warns CITES delegates that the uncontrollable trade of Asian plant and animals species could ...
US home to major ivory market
A new report shows the US is one of the largest markets for ivory products, despite a 15 year ...
WWF and TRAFFIC Interagency Cooperation Briefing