Uwe Schippmann

Uwe Schippmann

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May 1990 - present
Bundesamt für Naturschutz
Position
  • Head of Plant Conservation Department

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Publications (47)
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Un proceso de nueve pasos para apoyar a las Autoridades Científicas CITES en la formulación de dictámenes de extracción no perjudicial (DENP), basados en información científica, para las especies incluidas en el Apéndice II de CITES Version 3.0 2016
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Im internationalen Vergleich spielt die deutsche gewerbliche Wildsammlung eine eher untergeordnete Rolle. Sie hat daher bislang kaum Eingang in die Diskussion des Artenschutzes gefunden. Der vorliegende Beitrag liefert hierfür eine Datengrundlage: Mit Befragungen der zuständigen Behörden in jedem Landkreis bzw. Bundesland wurde die gewerbliche Samm...
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Understanding the CITES Appendices and the plant and animal species included in Appendices I, II and III is often difficult. This manual describes all # Annotations and defines the terms used in the text of the Annotations. An important part of the manual is the image based guide illustrating the commodities that are regulated by CITES and the comm...
Technical Report
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The formal concept of sustainable sourcing of natural resources dates back to the Brundtland Report ‘Our Common Future’ from 1987, which defines sustainable development as an ongoing process that ‘meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs’. Since then, numerous initiatives, standar...
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The Manual describes all # Annotations used in the CITES Appendices and defines the terms used in the text of the Annotations. The most important part of the Manual is the image based guide illustrating the commodities which are or are not regulated by CITES for the given species.
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Ethnopharmacological relevance: Boswellia serrata Roxb. ex Colebr. is a multiple-use tree species used for fodder, timber and is tapped for an oleo-resin known internationally as Indian frankincense or Indian olibanum. The main commercial uses of B. serrata oleo-resin are medicinal, religious, and in cosmetics and perfumery. B. serrata, like other...
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Ethnopharmacological relevance: P. polyphylla Smith is used in traditional medicine in China, India and Nepal and is likely to be similarly used through most of its geographic range. China is at the centre of demand for P. polyphylla where it is used as an ingredient in several very successful Chinese medicinal herbal formulations. The Chinese e-c...
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Ethnopharmacological relevance: Commiphora wightii is exploited in India and Pakistan for an oleo-resin (gum guggul) traditionally used in Ayurvedic, Siddha and Unani medical systems. Processed C. wightii oleo-resin products are exported from India to 42 countries, including re-export to Pakistan, for anti-inflammatory use and as an anti-inflammat...
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Ethnopharmacological relevance: Fritillaria cirrhosa D. Don bulbs contain alkaloids and are one of the most intensively exploited alpine Himalayan medicinal species. In terms of proprietary medicines, our study shows that 210 F. cirrhosa products are offered by 46 suppliers, most of which (44) are situated in China and two in Nepal. A widepread co...
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Understanding the CITES Appendices and the plant and animal species included in Appendices I, II and III is often difficult. A particular challenge is the implementation of the various Annotations which accompany many plant species. To support implementation and enforcement of CITES plant listings we have prepared this booklet. The Manual describes...
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Avis de commerce non préjudiciable de la Convention sur le commerce international des espèces de faune et de flore sauvages menacées d'extinction (CITES) Guide pour les plantes pérennes Un processus en neuf étapes pour appuyer les autorités scientifiques de la CITES qui émettent des avis de commerce non préjudiciable (ACNP) fondés sur la science po...
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The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) came into effect in 1975 to protect certain species of wild fauna and flora against over-exploitation through international trade. Determining which trade is detrimental to the survival of species in the wild can be a major difficulty in the implementation o...
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With the increased realization that many wild medicinal and aromatic plant (MAP) species are being over-exploited, a number of agencies are recommending that wild species be brought into cultivation systems. Others argue sustainable harvest to be the most important conservation strategy for most wild-harvested species, given their contributions to...
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Introducción Este documento representa el primer esfuerzo por conjun-tar la información disponible de tipo taxonómico-nomenclatural y de distribución del género Guaiacum, en el ámbito de la CITES. Para este fin se utilizaron diferen-tes fuentes de información que se señalan en el apartado final (Referencias). Es importante mencionar que la infor-ma...
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Prunus africana (Hook. f.) Kalkman (Fam. Rosaceae) is an evergreen tree, which is native to several African countries from Madagascar, Uganda, Ethiopia to Sao Tome e Principe and Cameroon. Traditionally, the bark of P. africana has been utilised since ancient times by indigenous people in African countries against Malaria, fever and stomach pain. P...
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The report reviews the current international trade in Prunus africana and makes recommendations for a better implementation of its listing in Appendix II of CITES. Trade structure and volumes are summarized and identification help for the main commodities unprocessed bark and bark extracts is presented.
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The report reviews the general trade structure and legal background of the medicinal plant market in Germany. More than 1500 plant taxa were discovered to be present in trade. Provenances are worldwide, the important patterns are discussed. Import and export data are summarized on the basis of German trade statistics. Also, the species protected by...
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The Directory for Medicinal Plant Conservation is jointly published by the German FederaL Agency for Nature Conservation and the IUCN/SSC Medicinal Plant Specialist Group. It aims at providing information for policy makers, scientists technical experts in the management of medicinal plant resources. The Directory provides information on more than 2...
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Lectotypes are designated for Bromus pinnatus L. and Festuca phoenicoides L. and a neotype is chosen for Bromus distachyos L.

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