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Central Asian Mammals Initiative - Newsletter 05/2016

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication
Country:  
Germany
cami_newsletter_2016_06_e.pdf
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Proceedings of the second regional seminar on the conservation and restoration of Sahelo-Saharan Antelopes, Agadir, Morocco, May 2003 - TS No. 8

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication, Technical Series
Country:  
Morocco
CMS_Technical_Series_8.pdf
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Climate Change Vulnerability of Migratory Species

 

The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) has conducted research for the UNEP Convention on Migratory Species
(CMS) into the effects of climate change on species protected under the convention. 

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication, Popular Series
Country:  
Germany
cms_climate_change_vulnerability_3_0_0.pdf
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International Single Species Action Plan for the Conservation of the Black-faced Spoonbill (Platalea minor) - TS No. 22

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication, Technical Series
Country:  
Germany
ts22_black_faced_spoonbill.pdf
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WHMSI - Migratory Species: Biological, Cultural, and Economic Assets of the Americas

WHMSI (the Western Hemisphere Migratory Species Initiative) seeks to contribute significantly to the conservation of the migratory species of the Western Hemisphere by strengthening communication and cooperation among nations, international conventions and civil society, and by expanding constituencies and political support. The initiative includes all migratory species, covering taxa as diverse as birds, marine turtles, marine and terrestrial mammals, fish and invertebrates.

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication, Leaflets & Brochures
Country:  
Costa Rica
WHMSI-brochure_0_3_0_0.pdf
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The Greening of Water Law: Managing Freshwater Resources for People and the Environment

This publication was developed by the Division of Environmental Law and Conventions of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in cooperation with the International Water Law Project. It was drafted and edited by Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, professor of law at the Texas Wesleyan University and Director of the International Water Law Project. Mr. Stefano Burchi, Executive Chairman of the International Association for Water Law, Ms. Maaria Curlier, Development Director of the Aquatic Resources Conservation Group, and Prof. Richard Kyle Paisley, Director of the Global Transboundary International Waters Research Initiative at the University of British Columbia, provided important contributions and suggestions to the draft.

Instrument:  
Agreement on the Conservation of Small Cetaceans of the Baltic and North Seas
Category:  
Publication, Scientific Article
greening_water_law_unep_2010_3_0_0.pdf
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Conserving Cetaceans: The Convention on Migratory Species and its relevant Agreements for Cetacean Conservation

 

Cetaceans face a wide range of threats in a rapidly changing
world.  
There are currently eighty-six recognised species of cetaceans
(whales, dolphins and porpoises) in the world. 
Many populations are known to be vulnerable or endangered.
Several species are in danger of extinction.
The status of many more populations is not well enough
known to enable confident assessments to be made about the
population's survival probability.
The Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of
Wild Animals (CMS) is a global environment treaty. It aims to
conserve and manage avian, marine and terrestrial migratory
species as well as their habitats throughout their range. The
Convention organizes transboundary cooperation for species
migrating across national boundaries and provides the legal
framework for global action.
The Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS) is the
global voice for the protection of cetaceans and their
environment. WDCS's objectives are to reduce, and ultimately,
eliminate the continuing threats to cetaceans and their habitats

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication
CMS_Conserving_Cetaceans_Fi_3_0_0.pdf
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Oceans Full of Plastic

Full title:

Oceans Full of Plastic

Marine Debris - A Global Problem

Instrument:  
Agreement on the Conservation of Small Cetaceans of the Baltic and North Seas, Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication, Leaflets & Brochures
CMS_ASCOBANS_Marine_Debris_Folder_English_Web.pdf , CMS_ASCOBANS_Marine_Debris_Folder_French_Web.pdf , CMS_ASCOBANS_Marine_Debris_Folder_German_Web.pdf , CMS_ASCOBANS_Marine_Debris_Folder_Spanish_Web.pdf

User Guide: AC Workspace

Instrument:  
Agreement on the Conservation of Small Cetaceans of the Baltic and North Seas
Category:  
Publication, Guidelines
ACWorkspace_UserGuide.pdf

User Guide: ASCOBANS Online Reporting System

Instrument:  
Agreement on the Conservation of Small Cetaceans of the Baltic and North Seas
Category:  
Publication
OnlineReportingSystem_UserGuide.pdf