1 edition of CITES control list = found in the catalog.
CITES control list =
|Other titles||CITES liste de contrôle., Control list., Liste de contrôle., Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (1973), Control list, CITES|
|Contributions||Canada. Environment Canada.|
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The following information on the history of the CITES´s `interaction´ with the elephant can be found in several amazing books. First, a great resource is the book Elephants: The Deciding Decade which was edited and put together by Ronald Orenstein. I highly suggest buying this book as most of the information abstracted below was taken from this book. The CITES proposal makes the following comment about Dalbergia species: “distinction between and identification of individual species is very difficult for non-professionals and sometimes even for experts, making it a problem for enforcement and customs officers to comply correctly with inspection and identification of CITES listed Dalbergia.
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Any type of wild plant or animal may be included in the list of species protected by CITES [see Resolution Conf. (Rev. CoP17) and the range of wildlife species included in the Appendices extends from leeches to lions and from pine trees to pitcher plants. While the more charismatic creatures, such as bears and whales, may be the better known examples of CITES species, the most numerous.
CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is an international agreement between governments that aims to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival. CITES is an international treaty drawn up in to protect wildlife against over-exploitation, and to prevent international trade from threatening species with extinction.
Text of the convention, publications, research programs, databases of CITES-listed flora and fauna. *CITES Annotations: Annotations are used to describe which parts and derivatives are covered by the listing and will be subject to regulation under CITES. The CITES Parties have agreed that any annotated listing of an animal or plant species in the CITES Appendices always includes the whole live or dead animal or plant, as well as any specimen.
03/ CITES Timber Species Manual TOC-1 CITES Timber Species Manual Contents Figures LOF-1 Tables LOT-1 Introduction Importation of CITES Timber Species Re-exportation of CITES Timber Species Violations, Seizures, and Forfeitures Designated CITES Ports CBP AI CITES Port Contacts CITES Timber Species Common Names Appendix A, Forms and Permits A The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) is a treaty protecting wild plants or animals.
It sets controls on international trade so that the species are not harmed. CITES protection applies to endangered animals and plants in any form: A permit is needed to import or export CITES protected species.
CITES has exercised control over the fur of big cats such as leopards, the skins of crocodiles, trade in live birds such as the Hyacinth Macaw, whales and primates.
CITES does not provide protection for the habitat of species or how a species is used within a country, it only controls international movement of the species. If a hunter kills a. CITES has no control over domestic wildlife trading. This dissertation is not designed to be a text-book on how CITES works.
It is necessary, however, that the general public be made aware of what CITES ‘is’; and the rudiments of how it is supposed to operate. CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, also known as the Washington Convention) is a multilateral treaty to protect endangered plants and animals.
It was drafted as a result of a resolution adopted in at a meeting of members of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
The convention was opened for signature in and Location: Washington, D.C. § CITES document or CITES exemption document. means any certificate, permit, or other document issued by a Management Authority of a Party or a competent authority of a non-Party whos e name and address is on file with the Secretariat to authorize the.
The Convention on International Trade In Endangered Species (CITES) is meant to protect endangered species from, as they put it, over-exploitation as a result of international trade. Endangered species protected by CITES are listed in three appendices. Appendix I includes the most endangered, Appendix II lists those that could quickly become endangered if trade is.
CITES provides a legal framework for regulating international trade in species threatened or potentially threatened by that trade. It is based on a system whereby permits or certificates are issued for international trade in specimens of species listed in one of three Appendices, each of which provides a different degree of trade Size: KB.
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Digest, as well as other sources of information, such as the CITES Website and The Evolution of CITES by Willem Wijnstekers. This reference manual is not comprehensive, but it does highlight and explain some of the more important issues in CITES implementation.
As. Searchable species databases on the status of species in relation to international trade can be found at. Species+ (with instructions on how to use the database and how to interpret the data), the CITES website.; The current list of species included in the Annexes of the EU Wildlife Trade Regulations is also available here.
Species listed in the Annexes of the EU Wildlife Trade Regulations. Use Species+ to find out if your import or export is on the CITES list.
You must apply for a permit to import, export or re-export Annex A, B or C specimens. exported by Author: Animal And Plant Health Agency. These materials, e.g. CITES Doc.CITES Plen. and CITES Com.are available within the published Proceedings. Which of the proceedings is being referred to can be determined by the number to the left of the period in the number portion of the reference, e.g.
CITES Doc. refers to the 12th document published in the Proceedings. National Parks Board (CITES) The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) is an international agreement to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival.
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