77 Results for: Project Seahorse

Yet more pioneering work on wildlife trade

As persistent pioneers on export regulations for marine fishes, Project Seahorse will again be active and influential at November’s global meeting of the 183 countries that are members of CITES (The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora). We have long served as the technical advisors to CITES on all …

Announcing our *new* website

We are delighted and excited to announce the launch of the new Project Seahorse website. The latest version of projectseahorse.org, it allows you to quickly grasp who we are, what we do, the impact we are having, and how you can support us in making measurable gains in marine conservation around the world. It is …

2021 World Ocean Day – Dr. Sarah Foster

Dr. Sarah Foster has spent her career using science to help craft policy that protects marine life. Currently the program manager for the marine conservation organization Project Seahorse, Foster was instrumental in getting seahorses listed on the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) Appendix II, a list of species threatened by international trade. …

CITES can – and should – improve its remedial process for countries that tolerate unsustainable trade

The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) needs to improve how it deals with member countries that do not meet their commitment to sustainable trade, according to a study from the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries (IOF). On paper, CITES has teeth. Unlike many other big, international …