Tag: convention-on-international-trade-in-endangered-species

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Prohibited Permits

A briefing prepared for the 3rd Regional Dialogue on Preventing Illegal Logging and Trade in Siamese Rosewood. Despite some important reforms during 2016, significant risks of ongoing illegitimate trade in CITES-listed rosewood species persist - including for both Siamese rosewood and Burmese rosewood

Front cover of our report entitled Time for Action: End the criminality and corruption fuelling wildlife crime
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Time for Action: End the criminality and corruption fuelling wildlife crime

41 countries and the EU adopted the London Declaration on Illegal Wildlife Trade, committing to tackle this multi-billion dollar transnational crime. This report summarises the key findings of our preliminary assessment and reiterates recommendations which should be made a priority for time-bound implementation

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Close Domestic Ivory Markets to Secure the Future of Elephants

An introduction to the key facts and figures of the ivory trade and the threat it presents to wild elephant populations. We also make a number of recommendations to governments, including supporting the closure of domestic ivory markets, rejecting any proposals enabling future international trade and more

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Cycles of Destruction

The expanding trade in hongmu (rare and valuable “red wood” used primarily for antique-style furniture in China) has driven successive boom and bust cycles all over the world, marked by unsustainable harvest, multiple legal violations (theft, smuggling, corruption) and violence in source countries

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Collateral Damage

The vaquita’s plight as the world’s most endangered cetacean species is not due to direct threats such as hunting. Instead, its plummeting numbers are due to indiscriminate killing in illegal gillnets used to poach critically endangered totoaba fish

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EIA Briefing for CITES CoP17 – Timber

A Timber briefing prepared for the 17th Conference of the Parties (CoP17) to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)