Three Countries are Declaring Themselves Independent of CITES Controls

Emmanuel Koro Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe are going to submit protest documents that will allow them to legally trade in

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Rural Namibians Pin Hopes For Prosperous Future On Tourism Lodges and Hunting Despite Animal Rights’ Anti-Use Threats

By Emmanuel Koro Johannesburg, 12 October 2019 Namibian rural communities are impressively running lodge and hunting agreements to reduce poverty

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Expatriate South Africans ‘Please Help Save our Hunting Culture’

By Emmanuel Koro Johannesburg, 7 October 2019 The successful but vulnerable South African hunting community worries that Western animal rights

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CITES’ Colonial Hangover Under Scrutiny

Emmanuel Koro Correspondent Smaller wildlife species play an important role in ensuring the balance of nature. Without them, the bigger species

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CITES: Curse or Blessing for Wildlife-rich but Poverty Stricken SADC Countries

They were fed-up and armed to the teeth with compelling scientific data in favour of their ivory and rhino horn

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The Source ISSUE NO.11 28 August 2019 – CITES CoP18 Notes

Compiled by Emmanuel Koro, African environmental journalist who has extensively written on environment and development issues in Africa IN THIS

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The Source ISSUE NO.10 27 August 2019 CITES – CoP18 Notes

Compiled by Emmanuel Koro, African environmental journalist who has extensively written on environment and development issues in Africa. IN THIS

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