Khulans, like other Central Asian Mammals, depend on interconnected landscapes for their well-being and ultimately their survival © Endre Sos
The first meeting of the Joint Working Group was held on 25 October © Florian Keil (UNEP/AEWA Secretariat)
The growing number of railways, roads, pipelines, and fences increasingly threatens large migratory mammals such as Mongolian gazelles in Central Asia. CREDIT: Copyright Ganbayar Hureelen. Additional images available here: http://bit.ly/2qssGHe
Растущее число автомобильных и железных дорог, трубопроводов и заборов все больше угрожает крупным мигрирующим млекопитающим, таким как Монгольские Газели в Центральной Азии. Авторское право: Ганбаяр Хюрелен. Дополнительные изображения доступны по данной ссылке: http://bit.ly/2qssGHe
It has recently been drawn to our attention that emails purporting to come from the CMS Secretariat have asked recipients to urgently click on links or download attachments in relation to official meetings. We would like to warn all our contacts to be extremely vigilant that only emails received from the @cms.int or @un.org domain names are official. We advise everyone to ignore and immediately delete any suspicious email sent from free email platforms such as Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail etc. using the name of the Secretariat or pretending to be sent on its behalf. Please exercise the utmost care.