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1. Etihad Airways Joins Fight Against Wildlife Trafficking
Etihad Airways is one of the signatories to the Declaration of the United for Wildlife International Taskforce on the Transportation of Illegal Wildlife Products signed at Buckingham Palace this week. Led by HRH The Duke of Cambridge, the United for Wildlife initiative aims to support efforts to prevent the growing trade in illegal wildlife and products around the world. The taskfo
2. Singapore Airlines Cargo partners Wildlife Reserves Singapore
Singapore Airlines Cargo partners Wildlife Reserves Singapore. Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) and Singapore Airlines Cargo recently formed a partnership to jointly promote wildlife conservation. SIA Cargo is WRS partner in the freightage of wildlife to zoos globally to boost the gene pool of endangered animals. The first shipment on SIA Cargo was Singapore Zoos two local-born
3. Air Canada Receives Illegal Wildlife Trade Certification
Air Canada has attained the Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) certification. Introduced last year by IATA, the IWT certification incorporates the 11 commitments of the United for Wildlife (UFW) Buckingham Palace Declaration for airlines engaged in fighting the trade in illegal wildlife.
4. Five Etihad Airways Equity Partner Airlines Sign Declaration to Fight Illegal Wildlife Trade
Five Etihad Airways equity partner airlines have signed up to the Buckingham Palace Declaration, committing to major steps to fight illegal wildlife trafficking and efforts to help protect many of the world's iconic wildlife species. Alitalia, airberlin, Air Serbia, Air Seychelles and Virgin Australia signed the Declaration of the United for Wildlife International Taskforce on the
5. UNWTO, UNODC and African Tourism Ministers Join Forces to Fight Wildlife Crime
The UNWTO, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), and African Tourism Ministers have committed to advancing the tourism sectors support in the global fight against the surge in poaching that is threatening one of Africas main tourism resources - its unique wildlife and biodiversity. In a response to the alarming growth in wildlife crime on the African continent, UN
6. Tourism Development in Africa Challenged by Wildlife Crime
Wildlife watching tourism is one of the most important tourism segments in Africa. In view of tourisms potential in advancing inclusive growth across the continent, poaching and illicit trade in wildlife pose a serious threat to the future of Africas socio-economic development, new UNWTO research warns. In support of international efforts to tackle unprecedented levels of poachin
7. Qatar Airways Extends Commitment to Combatting Illegal Wildlife Trade
Qatar Airways has extended its participation in the USAID ROUTES (Reducing Opportunities for Unlawful Transport of Endangered Species) Partnership, reinforcing its commitment to combat illegal trafficking of wildlife and its products. Qatar Airways, a founding member of the United for Wildlife Transport Taskforce, signed the historic Buckingham Palace Declaration in 2016 aimed at t
8. IATA and CITES to Cooperate on Reducing Illegal Trade in Wildlife
IATA and the Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on reducing illegal trade in wildlife and their products, as well as on ensuring the safe and secure transport of legally traded wildlife. Under the MOU, IATA and CITES will have a formal framework for their o

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