wildlife trade

  • Photo of CARICOM expresses concern over illegal wildlife trade

    CARICOM expresses concern over illegal wildlife trade

    Message from Assistant Secretary General in Charge of Human Development at the CARICOM Secretariat Dr. Douglas Slater for World Environment Day   World Environment Day was celebrated on Sunday. In recognition of the day, CARICOM Assistant Secretary-General Dr. Douglas Slater  expressed the Community’s concern regarding illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing, illegal harvesting of endangered sea turtles, illegal logging and…

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  • Photo of Customs officers being trained in fight against wildlife trade

    Customs officers being trained in fight against wildlife trade

    A number of Guyanese Customs and other Border Control Officers are currently undergoing a three day capacity building programme that is expected to better enable them to not only protect Guyana’s natural resources but also equip them to combat international environment crime. The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has partnered with the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) to train its management and supervisory staff with…

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