TCN Resolution 021

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TCN General Assembly
Resolution 021
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DateMay 18, 2020
Meeting no.15
CodeG/RES/2020-13[1] ([ Document])
SubjectProtection of endagered species
Voting summary
  • 17 voted for
  • 2 voted against
  • 2 abstained

TCN Security Council Resolution 021, officially called Endangered Species Act (021), was adopted by the Terraconserva Council of Nations General Assembly on May 18, 2020.



To the General Assembly of the Terraconserva Council of Nations

Sponsored By: The Republic of Paleocacher, the Republic of Terranihil, and the United Democracy of Malgax


  • Deeply concerned of the rising effects that Industrialization, Development and certain economic activities has on endangered animal species,
  • Considering the need of mutual collaboration among member nations to protect and preserve animal species feared to be endangered,
  • Deeply convinced that proper preservation and conservation techniques could enhance the population of animal species feared to be endangered,
  • Appalled at the likelihood of extinction of animal species feared to be endangered of both cultural and socioeconomic value,
  • Noting with appreciation the scientific research being conducted by certain member nations to enhance the conservation techniques of endangered animal species,


  • Calls upon member nations to implement environmental policies focused on the preservation and conservation of endangered animal species.
  • Declares that every member nation shall provide information required for the “Terraconserva Database of Endangered Animal Species” for every specie considered to be endangered by it’s government.
  • Urges individual nations to set targets to preserve the population of deeply endangered animal species and collaborate with local agencies to enhance conservation of endangered species.
  • Further recommends nations to enact laws against those indulging in the commercial hunting of deeply endangered animal species.


  1. "Endangered Species Act (Resolution)".