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The Abidjan Aquatic Wildlife Partnership is focussed on increasing the awareness and action of governments, the private sector and local communities in West and Central Africa, to slow and reverse the over-harvesting of aquatic mammals, reptiles and birds for human consumption, trade, fishing bait or other uses.
The Partnership was established following the 12th Conference of the Parties to the Abidjan Convention in March 2017 where a decision was taken to invite relevant parties to form a non-binding, multi-stakeholder partnership, led by the Abidjan Convention Secretariat and to develop an action plan to combat the trade, consumption and other uses of aquatic species, including Aquatic Endangered, Threatened or Protected (A-ETP) species across the region.
Wädenswil, 6th November 2017: Until recently, concerns about the impacts of underwater noise predominantly related to marine mammals, in particular deep-diving whale species. However, a new literature review documents alarming evidence of the detrimental impacts of...read more
Manila, 28th October 2017. The 12th Session of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species (CMS COP12) ends today in Manila, the Philippines. OceanCare, an international marine conservation organisation, congratulates the...read more
'Their Future is Our Future ‘ - that is the poignant theme of the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) meeting taking place in Manila, The Philippines next week. As Fabienne, Margi, Niki and I scurry around in our last final preparations for this meeting, sending...read more