CITES


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AcronymDefinition
CITESConvention on International Trade in Endangered Species (international agreement; Geneva, Switzerland)
CITESConvention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora
CITESCampus Information Technologies and Educational Services
CITESCenter for the Improvement of Teacher Education and Schooling (Brigham Young University; Provo, UT)
CITESComputational Information Technologies for Environmental Sciences (international conference; Russia)
CITESCenter for Information Training and Evaluation Services (educational research and improvement organization; Florida State University; Tallahassee, FL)
CITESConvention on Illicit Trade of Endangered Species
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'CITES allow party members to trade and Japan and China who are biggest clients of ivory will never leave CITES, so will we have limited market that is the tricky part,' he said.
Appendix I of CITES includes species threatened with extinction.
Rules will be considered regarding trade in mammals, birds, trees, reptiles, amphibians and other plants, CITES said.
The capture of baby elephants may be among the trading practices protected by CITES, but several trading practices remain illegal, including poaching an elephant to sell its ivory.
The CITES is an international agreement between governments, which aims to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival.
"Custodians of the Forest" has been presented at the recent CITES Conference of Parties during a dedicated workshop inside the Side Event on the ITTO-CITES Programme for Implementing CITES Listings of Tropical Tree Species.
La toponymie fait defaut Qui s'occupe de la baptisation des cites et des rues?
Des repas contamines ont ete detectes a la cite et par suite les employes responsables des affaires alimentaires ont ete arretes.
Parliament backs the proposals submitted to the CITES to include several species of sharks (porbeagle, hammerhead and whitetip sharks) on the list of animals whose trade must be regulated (Annex II).