Tanzania is lobbying to be allowed to make a one-off sale of its ivory stockpile ahead of the annual meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). In an email interview, Esmond Martin, an independent wildlife trade consultant, discussed the ivory trade regime.
WPR: What is the CITES decision-making process on issues like Tanzania's request for a one-off sale of its ivory stock? ...
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