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CIC Wildlife - International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation

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TitleCIC Wildlife - International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation
CreatorCIC Wildlife
DescriptionThe International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation (CIC Wildlife) is a politically independent advisory body internationally active on a non-profit basis. The mission of the CIC is to promote sustainable hunting on a global scale as a tool for conservation while building on traditions. It is a member organisation made up of Member States (mostly represented by the Ministry responsible for wildlife management and conservation), universities, organizations engaged in hunting, as well as individuals such as private members and scientific experts from 84 countries. The CIC has a federal structure, consisting of 37 National Delegations that are active on local level. These are supported by three Divisions - Policy and Law, Applied Science, and Culture. With the participation of CIC experts from all parts of the world these Divisions address technical issues, undertake projects and develop recommendations within their areas of specialization.
Keywordsgame; wildlife; game management; game conservation; wildlife management; wildlife conservation; environment; environmental policy; hunting; sustainable management
TypeInternational organizations, Non-government organizations, Research institutions and departments
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 Published: July 26 2011