Agricultural Science and University of South Bohemia organized in collaboration with the Zoological garden Ohrada on 19 – 20 October 4th annual international conference of CITES uncertainties of the 2011th
The conference deals with various aspects of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and its influence on contemporary fauna and flora, fauna and trade in breeding animals in zoos. Sounds such as contributions eel: newly classified species in the CITES lists, grazing affects vegetation endangered Mexican plants only negative? or CITES and predators – reflects the current state of protection of the real threat of predators in relation to their offspring and conditions in the wild?
The first day of the conference will be held in the auditorium of the University of South Bohemia, the second day of the conference will continue at the Zoo Ohrada.
The complete conference program uncertainties CITES 2011 (pdf format)
Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES – the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) was negotiated in 1973 in Washington. Its aim is to protect endangered animals and plants from the threat of extinction in the wild due to over-exploitation for commercial purposes. The Convention regulates the particular trade in specimens of endangered species derived from the wild, but also controls the trade in animals bred in captivity or man-propagated plants of species that are endangered in the wild. The Convention currently has 175 Parties, the Czech Republic is a party of 1 First The 1993rd
Source: Ministry of Environment
OVV, 17 10th 2011
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