Working Groups

 


SSN FISH WORKING GROUP

The SSN Fish Working Group encourages countries to propose for CITES listing, fish that are being traded internationally at unsustainable levels. The Working Group offers countries technical expertise to assist in drafting proposals and provides briefing information to Parties in support. To date, the Working Group has successfully lobbied for the listing of the great white shark, whale shark basking shark, Napoleon wrasse and seahorses on CITES Appendix II.

Co-Chair:
Ms. Linda M.B. Paul, Earthtrust
815 Pahumele Place
Kailua, HI 96734, USA
Tel: +1-808-262-6859
Fax: +1-808-263-7728
E-mail: linpaul@aloha.net

Co-Chair:
Ms. Rebecca Regnery, Humane Society International
2100 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20037, USA
Tel: +1-301-258-3105
Fax: +1-301-258-3077
E-mail: rregnery@hsus.org



2007-SSN CITES CoP14 Factsheet on the Porbeagle

2007-SSN CITES CoP14 Factsheet on the Spiny Dogfish

2007-SSN CITES CoP14 Factsheet on Sawfishes

2007-SSN CITES CoP14 Factsheet on the Bangaii Cardinalfish

2006-SSN on Introduction from the Sea

2004-SSN CITES CoP13 Factsheet on the Great White Shark

2004-SSN CITES CoP13 Factsheet on the Humphead Wrasse

2004-SSN CITES CoP13 Factsheet on the FAO and Fisheries

2004-SSN Members Urge CITES Protection for Sharks

2002-SSN CITES CoP12 Factsheet on the Whale Shark

2002-SSN CITES CoP12 Factsheet on the Basking Shark

2002-SSN CITES CoP12 Factsheet on the Patagonian and Antartic Toothfish



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