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CITES:

see Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora
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In an interview with Nampa here on Wednesday Nghitila said if Namibia becomes a non-party of CITES it Namibia will have limited market to sell its current ivory stock piles worth N.dollars 125.4 million and other wildlife products.
She added, 'CITES conserves our natural world by ensuring that international trade in wild plants and animals is legal, sustainable and traceable.'
Many of these proposals seek to ensure that trade in at-risk species remains sustainable by requiring trade permits through a CITES Appendix II listing.
"CITES 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' website.
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.
The CITES officers in Cameroon use the data to regulate the collection of Prunus tree bark and to ensure this natural resource is managed sustainably.
Des centaines de cites, si ce n'est des milliers, s'identifient par rapport aux nombres de logements qu'elles comportent.
Des centaines d'etudiants ont manifeste, samedi soir, a la Cite estudiantine de l'Universite du Caire car leurs repas n'ont pas ete fournis.
The resolution invites CITES member states to do more to combat poaching of elephants and rhinos, slaughtered for their ivory and horn.