CITES: news and publications
Apes swing into CITES
CITES agreed to develop a comprehensive reporting mechanism on the illegal killing and trade of ...
World`s valuable timbers protected against illegal trade
Precious ebony and rosewood timbers have secured protection
Governments fall short on immediate efforts to curb illegal ivory trade at wildlife trade meeting
World governments at CITES opted against immediate trade sanctions against several countries that ...
WWF statement on rhinos at CITES
Carlos Drews in response to decisions from world governments to offer better protection for rhinos
Large numbers of threatened reef fish still traded
The humphead wrasse, a tropical reef fish, is still suffering from illegal and unreported ...
WWF: Five species of sharks proposed for CITES listing
WWF issued the following statement today in response to decisions from world governments to offer ...
Thai Buddhist leaders pray for poached elephants, call for end to ivory use
As world governments meet here to discuss global wildlife trade, revered Thai Buddhist leaders ...
Event Advisory: Thai Buddhist leaders to pray for poached African elephants and call for end to ivory use
At the first-ever traditional Buddhist merit-making ceremony to pray for the tens of thousands of ...
Rare turtle sets Japanese precedent
Japan is asking the world’s governments to help protect the Ryukyu black-breasted leaf turtle.
New study reveals scale of persistent illegal tiger trade
Parts of more than 1400 Tigers have been seized across Asia in the past 13 years, according to ...