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Partnership for Action Against Wildlife CrimePartnership for Action Against Wildlife CrimeConvention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora - CITESCITES APPENDICES I, II, & III - (Valid from 13th February 2003 - 875KB Download)CITES APPENDICES I, II, & III - (Valid from 28th May 2003 -MS Word Doc 943KB)UK CITESMinister supports Magistrates’ new guidance for sentencing environmental criminals
Launch of Costing the Earth Address by Rachel Lipscomb, Deputy Chairman of Magistrates’ Association
Costing the Earth - Information for SentencersSentencing for Wildlife Trade and Conservation OffencesUK joins US to lead world fight against wildlife crime - 2nd February 2006Shark finning is barbaric and must stop, says Fisheries Minister Bradshaw - 24th July 2003UK announces harsher penalties for Wildlife Trade Offences - 18th June 2003Woman nets fine for petting killer whale - 22nd May 2003The Illegal trade in live fish - 12th May 2003Japan rejects shark, sea horse trade restrictions - 12th May 2003Nature Protection Minister Elliot Morley to toughen action against illegal wildlife traders - 15th January 2003Commission back on the law enforcement trail - 19th December 2002Heathrow tops Britain's illegal wildlife trade - 10th December 2002 EU candidates urged to fight wildlife smuggling - 23rd October 2002 Criminal Penalties in EU Member States’ Environmental Law - Faure G.M & Heine G. - 4th October 2002 - pdf 1.3MBNational Wildlife Crime Intelligence Unit launched at NCIS - 22nd April 2002