The Apes Seizure Database is the home of credible and current information relating to great apes taken from unlawful situations and the illegal trade in great ape parts and carcasses.
A collection of extra informations on Protected Areas involved in the PARCC (Protected Area Resilient to Climate Change) project in West Africa
EPIX (Electronic Permit Information eXchange) facilitates and expedites the exchange of permit data among national CITES Authorities.
The e-library is a searchable database of electronic documents, developed for the European Commission and Member States in the implementation of Community wildlife trade controls.
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The search facility enables you to search the indicators by Aichi Target, key policy question and the 12 headline indicators identified by the CBD Ad Hoc Technical Expert Group on Indicators for the Strategic Plan. The Partnership also welcomes UPDATE: discontinued in favour of the revamped BIP indicators website.
The CITES Checklist/Species+ Application Programming Interface (API) enables institutions to request data from the CITES Checklist and Species+ for use in websites and databases.
The UNEP-WCMC website.
The Species Database contains information on CITES and EU Species and legal information issued by both entities. The project also has a management tool that allows the Species Staff at UNEP-WCMC to keep this information up to date. This project is part of the larger ISIP project.
CITES is a multilateral treaty to ensure that international trade does not threaten the survival of the species in the wild. This project allows you to explore over 34000 species of animals and plants and their degree of protection.
Explore the financial contributions made and received for an emerging climate-related conservation approach.
Real-time editing of 500,000 complex polygons describing the world's islands.
Instant feedback about a complex dataset, displayed simultaneously as a graph, map and table.