NAIA ON CITES ENGAGEMENT
Patti Strand, our good friend and National Animal Interest Alliance Director, announces plan to observe and monitor wildlife trade.
The NAIA CITES engagement program has been dormant for some time now. However, it has become increasingly clear that advocates for the human-animal bond and sustainable use policy of wildlife resources are vastly underrepresented in CITES decision-making processes.
NAIA is excited to announce the recommencement of our CITES (Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species) engagement program.
In this initiative, NAIA will act as an observer to monitor government and NGO actions and advocate for legal and sustainable wildlife trade that promotes conservation, empowers people, and protects the human-animal bond.
Because the impact of CITES issues differs throughout our membership, some of our more in-depth communications will be prioritized to NAIA members and associates with direct interest in CITES specific issues.
Please reach out to us if you have any questions or matters you would like to discuss. NAIA Position Statements > Dogs
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