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Paragraphs in "Convention On The Conservation Of Migratory Species Of Wild Animals" coded as DESCR

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Pre.1 The Contracting Parties,
Pre.2 RECOGNIZING that wild animals in their innumerable forms are an irreplaceable part of the earth's natural system which must be conserved for the good of mankind;
Pre.2 AWARE that each generation of man holds the resources of the earth for future generations and has an obligation to ensure that this legacy is conserved and, where utilized, is used wisely;
Pre.3 CONSCIOUS of the ever-growing value of wild animals from environmental, ecological, genetic, scientific, aesthetic, recreational, cultural, educational, social and economic points of view;
Pre.4 CONCERNED particularly with those species of wild animals that migrate across or outside national jurisdictional boundaries;
Pre.5 RECOGNIZING that the States are and must be the protectors of the migratory species of wild animals that live within or pass through their national jurisdictional boundaries;
Pre.6 CONVINCED that conservation and effective management of migratory species of wild animals require the concerted action of all States within the national jurisdictional boundaries of which such species spend any part of their life cycle;
Pre.7 RECALLING Recommendation 32 of the Action Plan adopted by the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (Stockholm, 1972) and noted with satisfaction at the Twenty-seventh Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations,
Pre.8 HAVE AGREED as follows:
Art.2 Article II
Art.2.1 1. The Parties acknowledge the importance of migratory species being conserved and of Range States agreeing to take action to this end whenever possible and appropriate, paying special attention to migratory species the conservation status of which is unfavourable, and taking individually or in co-operation appropriate and necessary steps to conserve such species and their habitat.
Art.2.2 2. The Parties acknowledge the need to take action to avoid any migratory species becoming endangered.
Art.2.3 3. In particular, the Parties:
Art.2.3.a a) should promote, co-operate in and support research relating to migratory species;
Art.2.3.b b) shall endeavour to provide immediate protection for migratory species included in Appendix I; and
Art.2.3.c c) shall endeavour to conclude Agreements covering the conservation and management of migratory species included in Appendix II.