Ibama participated in the event on Marine Ornamental Fish – Ibama in Australia

BRASILIA (05/17/2024) – The Brazilian Institute of the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (Ibama) participated in the International Convention on Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora at the Marine Ornamental Fish Workshop Program in Brisbane, Australia. Extinction (citation), in which the convention debated the subject of trade in marine ornamental fish not listed.

At the event held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Center from 7 to 10 May, Daniel Visciano de Carvalho, environmental analyst from the technical unit in Guarulhos (SP), represented the municipality, speaking about Ibama’s experience on the subject of conservation, control, and conservation. and inspection of marine ornamental fish. He presented the standards and strategies used by Brazil to manage and control fishing and the international trade of these fish.

As a result of Brazil, the Institute will establish a Technical Advisory Group (GAT) with experts for technical discussions and decisions on international trade in ornamental fish, including taxonomy (the branch of biology that is responsible for describing, identifying and Researchers from the fields of Name living beings), conservation, species invasion, biology, breeding and breeding in captivity.

According to the topics under discussion in the GATT, experts from federal bodies and institutions responsible for controlling international trade or transport and representatives of associations may also be part of the group.

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