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WCS Canada Comments - Consultation on trade controls in elephant ivory in Canada - September 2021
WCS Canada provides comments to Environment and Climate Change Canada in response to the public consultation on potential additional trade controls on the international trade of elephant ivory. WCS Canada makes several suggestions regarding: the Canadian domestic market for elephant ivory, the non-commercial trade in hunting trophies, trade in elephant ivory personal and household items, a national strategy for combatting wildlife trafficking, support for elephant range States, and the use and trade in walrus and narwhal ivory.
WCS Comments - Ecosystem Integrity and International Policy - August 2021
In this document, WCS has listed Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on ecosystem integrity and its role in international policy.
WCS Comments - Recommendations on Draft 1 of the Global Biodiversity Framework - July 2021
WCS makes recommendations intended to help the parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and other Open Ended Working Groups (OEWG) participants refine Draft 1 of the Global Biodiversity Framework for final consideration at the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (CoP15).
Joint Comment - Letter of Concern to World Heritage Committee re Wood Buffalo National Park - July 2021
29 Indigenous communities, environmental groups, civil society organizations , and concerned scientists write to the World Heritage Committee to express collective concern with lack of major and timely conservation actions to address the deterioration of Outstanding Universal Values of the Wood Buffalo National Park World Heritage Site. We agree with the analysis and conclusions provided by the World Heritage Centre and IUCN to the Committee to consider at the 44th Session.
Joint Comment - Letter of Concern to the World Heritage Committee re Wood Buffalo National Park - July 2021
26 Indigenous communities, environmental groups, civil society organizations and concerned scientists write to the WHC to express concern regarding the lack of adequate and timely conservation action to address the degradation of Outstanding Universal Values of the Wood Buffalo National Park World Heritage Site. We agree with the analysis and conclusions provided by the WHC and IUCN to the Committee to consider at the 44th Session.

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