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Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Update from the Hague, Day 2

Some photos for you:
Ellen Pikitch (Pew Institute for Ocean Science) and Wendy Jackson (CITES Secretariat) at the mixer.

These are US delegates - Laura Noguchi is on the right.

Andy speaking with John Hutton, the head of the UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre.
Andy used a lot of the slide and graphics we sent him, and he did a fantastic job. Overall, very successful event for sharing information. The opposition was there (talking throughtout the entire presentation) but thank goodness there was not a yelling match, like there was at the lunch event like this on Bangaii cardinalfish!

Celebrating a job well begun with Julia, who made all of this possible.

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