Thailand signals opposition to CITES listings

Thailand signals opposition to CITES listings

Debate is heating up on proposed protections for sharks and raysat a major global trade meeting. Shark conservation experts have united to urge governments to vote in favour of the measures and thereby ensure the survival of the threatened species.Roughly 150 of the 178 governments that are party to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) are expected to vote on these proposals over the coming days.

Thailand signals opposition to CITES listings

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