• Promote management, with all of its various techniques, as an active concept for conservation of wildlife

  • Strengthen international cooperation between all those concerned with wildlife conservation, including : government, users associations, international intergovernmental bodies, conservation groups, etc.

  • Develop information mechanisms to properly educate the general public and the media about all aspects of the conservation of wildlife species and about the various way to achieve conservation objectives, including the rational utilization of wildlife

  • Support the management programs of developing countries by providing them with the mechanisms needed to create the economic output required to achieve conservation objectives in their respective countries or regions

  • Strengthen the indissoluble relationship that exists between man and other living creatures and the absolute necessity to take into consideration the human factors when searching for long-term solutions to conservation problems

  • Encourage the participation of the economic sector of developed countries into the conservation efforts of the developing countries

  • Invite the international decision making bodies such as the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and the International Whaling Commission (IWC) to use a rational rather than emotional approach to achieve long-term solutions to conservation of wildlife species

 

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