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Improving Global Shark Conservation - Pew Environment Group

Improving Global Shark Conservation - Pew Environment Group

Improving Global Shark Conservation - Pew Environment

PHOTO: JIM ABERNETHY Improving Global Shark Conservation: The Need for Engagement by Both CITES and RFMOs Shark populations around the world are declining, and levels of removal are unsustainable for many species. Sharks present a complex conservation challenge because they are highly migratory, often caught on the high seas, and traded on the international market. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and Regional Fisheries Management Organizations (RFMOs) are both needed if efforts to properly manage and protect the world’s depleted shark populations are to succeed.

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