Sharks and Rays at CMS COP 11 - What comes next?

Article in the Save our Seas Foundation Magazine - Summer issue 

A record number of migratory sharks and rays were listed for global protection at the CMS COP11, held in Quito, Ecuador in 2014. 

But, what comes next? 

Read more  about shark conservation under CMS and the next steps and challenges for the international protection of migratory sharks and rays in the lates issue of the Save our Seas Magazine - words by Andrea Pauly. 

Photo: Save our Seas Foundation Magazine


Last updated on 04 February 2021

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