XIV CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES
3-15 June 2007
The Hague - The Netherlands

-Results of CITES CoP14
-SSN Digest - Species Proposals (Arabic/Franšais/Espa˝ol)
-SSN Digest - Working Documents (Arabic/Franšais/Espa˝ol)
-SSN Fact Sheets (Franšais/Espa˝ol)
-Report on Elephant Ivory Trade

Decisions at CITES COP14 involved such high profile species as the African elephant, two species of sharks, whales and a number of tree species.

Increased trade controls were approved for slow loris species, Cuvier’sgazelle, slender-horned gazelle, Guatemalan beaded lizard, sawfishes, the European eel, and brazilwood, Proposals to regulate international trade in porbeagle, spiny dogfish, red and pink corals, Spanish cedar, Honduran rosewood, and black rosewood were rejected.

The Parties accepted, by consensus, a plan to allow sale of current ivory stockpiles from Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe, while instituting a moratorium on consideration of further ivory trade proposals from these countries for a period not less than nine years following the sale.





SSN Reception
COP14
The Hague 2007
Factsheets
CoP14 PROPOSAL SPECIES SSN VIEW
CoP14 Prop. 2 (USA) Bobcat OPPOSE
CoP14 Prop. 3 (Uganda) Leopard OPPOSE
CoP14 Prop. 4 (Botswana and
Namibia)
CoP14 Prop. 5 (Botswana)
African Elephant OPPOSE BOTH
CoP14 Prop. 6 (Kenya and Mali)
African Elephant SUPPORT
CoP13 Props. 10, 11 and 12
(Algeria)

North African Gazelles SUPPORT ALL
CoP14 Prop. 15
(Germany, on
behalf of the EU)
Porbeagle SUPPORT
CoP14 Prop. 16 (Germany, on
behalf of the EU)
Spiny Dogfish SUPPORT
CoP14 Prop. 17 (USA and Kenya) Sawfishes SUPPORT
CoP14 Prop. 19 (USA) Cardinalfish SUPPORT
CoP14 Prop. 33 (Germany, on
behalf of the EU)
Cedrela spp. SUPPORT
ADDITIONAL SSN CoP14 FACTSHEETS
Doc. 14 Livelihoods
Doc. 27 Confiscated specimens
Doc. 51 Cetaceans
Doc. 66 Periodic Review
Periodic Review: Fin Whale
Should CITES Consider Socio-economics?
CITES and Climate Change

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