CITES TREE SPECIES PROGRAMME NEWS

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The Global Tree Specialist Group latest report about CTSP

The Global Tree Specialist Group (GTSG) is a global network of experts who, working in their own regions and institutions, all contribute to the conservation

Fifth Advisory Committee Meeting CITES Tree Species Programme (CTSP)

29 Experts from 15 countries that are representing CTSP Advisory Committee were brought together in Lomé, Togo on 04 December 2019 at the fifth meeting

Tri-national meeting of the technical team of the CITES Tree Species Program in Managua, Nicaragua

The technical team of the CITES Tree Species Program, tri-national project (Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua) met for the second time in Managua, Nicaragua. During

CITES and ITTO Secretariat video conference meeting

CITES Secretariat and the ITTO Secretariat organized a video conference meeting on 18 October 2019. Nine colleagues from both teams participated. ITTO was represented by

The CITES Tree Species Programme at the 18th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to CITES

The Secretariat presented document CoP18 Doc. 16 on the CITES Tree Species Programme during the CITES Eighteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties in

Towards better protection of internationally traded African tree species listed in CITES

Some 30 experts from 12 CITES Parties met in Dar es Salaam from 7 to 15 March 2019 at the CITES Tree Species Programme Regional

CITES Tree Species Programme Regional Meeting for Central and South America and the Caribbean

Some 70 experts from 11 Parties were brought together in Buenos Aires, Argentina from 17 to 21 September 2018 at the CITES Tree Species Programme

Experts meet in Indonesia to review progress made in implementing CITES Tree Species Programme in Asia and enhancing trade regulation for agarwood

About 60 experts from 11 countries that are Party to CITES were brought together in Yogyakarta, Indonesia from 25 to 29 June 2018 at the

EU contributes 8 million Euro to support the CITES tree species programme and the protection of African elephants

The Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and the European Commission announced today the significant