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17th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties (CoP17) of the
Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)

24 September - 5 October 2016 | Johannesburg, South Africa

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CITES CoP17

Members of the Secretariat speak as the second week of CITES CoP17 gets underway

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Delegates applaud the adoption of various resolutions throughout the day

After a much appreciated two-day break, during which several working groups met to hammer out differences, CITES CoP17 Committees reconvened on Sunday. Committee I voted by secret ballot for the uplisting of the African Grey Parrot. Committee II adopted draft decisions on NIAPs and trade in elephant specimens. Committee I reconvened at night for an evening session.

IISD Reporting Services, through its ENB Meeting Coverage, has provided daily web coverage, daily reports and a summary and analysis report in English and French from CITES CoP17. The summary and analysis report is now available in HTML and PDF.
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Committee I


View of the dais during Committee I


Karen Gaynor, Chair, Committee I

M. Bella Diallo, Guinea


Hugh Robertson, New Zealand

Elizabeth Ehi-Ebewele, Nigeria

Ali Mansoor Abbas, Bahrain



Sangay, Bhutan

Ratna Kusuma Sari, Indonesia


Kone Salimata, Côte d'Ivoire

Rhedyn Ollerenshaw, Australia

Kahsay Asgedom, Ethiopia


Heng Sovannara, Cambodia

Tamar Ron, Angola

Aurélie Flore Koumba Pambo, Gabon


Shaikha Al Dhaheri, UAE

Antonella Finis, Panama



Committee II


View of the plenary during Committee II


Bill Clark, Israel

Jonathan Barzdo, Chair, Committee II


Zhou Zhihua, China

Mathias Lörtscher, Switzerland

Anne St. John, US



Bandar Ibrahim Al-Faleh, Saudi Arabia

Orlando Verrecchia, Ireland



Daniel Kachelriess, CITES Secretariat

Ju Dae-young, Republic of Korea

Clarissa Nina, Brazil


Wendy Jackson, New Zealand

Basile van Havre, Canada

Junya Nakano, Japan


Ida Sletsjøe, Norway

Daaporn Chairat, Thailand




Around the Venue


CITES Secretariat family photo


A delegate reads the Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) website to keep up to date with negotiations

Nadra Nathai-Gyan, Trinidad and Tobago,
with Rodrigo Medellin, Mexico


Delegates from Burkina Faso

Conference staff assist around the venue



Delegates review documents

Delegates take notes during the sessions


Will Travers, Born Free, and Bill Clark, Israel

Kate Harris and Tanya Rosen, Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) with Jonathan Barzdo, Chair, Committee II



Delegates speak informally between sessions






Around the Sandton Convention Centre





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