Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species

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An international agreement, launched under the auspices of the IUCN in 1975, designed to regulate trade in endangered wildlife and thus help to conserve those species. It has been signed by 132 nations, and protects nearly 90 species of plants and 400 species of animals which are listed as ‘threatened with extinction’.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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