31 Oct '17, 8pm

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The CMS is sometimes referred to as the “Bonn Convention” after the German city where the agreement was signed in 1983. The latest meeting, held from Oct. 23 through 28, involved negotiations concerning species threatened with extinction, in some cases leading to the adoption of measures that require countries to halt the killing of those animals. Members of the convention also proposed and adopted measures aimed at boosting collaboration between nations within some species’ ranges.

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biologicaldiversity.org 22 Oct '17, 6pm

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news.mongabay.com 30 Oct '17, 10pm

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