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Oman Air affirms its commitment to wildlife conservation

Oman Air has collaborated with the Ministry of Environment and Climate Affairs to raise the awareness of its customers on the necessity of protecting endangered wildlife and regulate international trade in species between countries.

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Adihex to comply with Cites recommendations

The Emirates Falconer’s Club (EFC) said the upcoming International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition- Abu Dhabi 2010 (Adihex) will comply with Control of International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites) recommendations on animal trade. Ad

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Bahrain to sign key convention

Bahrain is all set to join the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites), it has been declared. All legal, operational and logistical issues have been completed and a resolution will be passed soon by the Cabinet, sai

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Bahrain to have oil spill disaster plan

Bahrain will soon have a new contingency plan to manage an oil spill disaster in light of the massive leak at the British Petroleum oil rig off the Gulf of Mexico. The updated plan will be tested out during a comprehensive drill immediatel

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Trade measures 'only way to stop shark fin trade'

Trade measures are the most direct way to ensure that incentives to catch sharks do not lead to their extinction, said Oceana, the world’s largest conservation organisation focused solely on marine issues. Up to 10 million kg of shark fins

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