Cooperation between CITES
and RFMOs provides reciprocal benefits to
Finally, it might also make sense to cite
the book when it contains a collection of articles by the same author, and several of these articles are relevant to the citing paper.
Appendix-II listing is not a ban or boycott of commercial trade, but a way to regulate and monitor trade to ensure legal, sustainable harvest.
Shifeta further added decisions are also no longer based on science as well, hence Namibia will consult broadly in consideration of its membership to CITES
as it cannot be affiliated to something that does not support the interest and wellbeing of its people.
Governments furthermore agreed to examine the trade in live ornamental marine fish to assess what role CITES
could or should play in regulating this trade.
can become an even stronger force for good.
sets the rules for international trade in wild fauna and flora," CITES
Secretary-General Ivonne Higuero said in a statement.
Zimbabwe's export process, however, is said to "not be detrimental to the survival of the species," according to CITES
More than 35,000 species (over 5,000 animals and 30,000 plants) are protected under the CITES
, which includes, but is not limited to, great apes, the giant panda, many South American monkeys, cheetahs, lions, leopards, tigers, elephants and rhinoceroses.
officers in Cameroon use the data to regulate the collection of Prunus tree bark and to ensure this natural resource is managed sustainably.
The resolution invites CITES
member states to do more to combat poaching of elephants and rhinos, slaughtered for their ivory and horn.
IUCN provides scientific and technical information to CITES
, which offers varying degrees of protection to more than 33,000 species of animals and plants in trade, through a system of regulations, permits and certificates.