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As the legal custodian of the logo, CITES authorizes the use of the CITES MIKE Programme logo for official purposes and actively encourages its use, particularly in communication material (websites, leaflets, posters, etc.). Users may request a high-resolution version of the logo, suitable for printing, from CITES. For other uses, they should consult with the CITES MIKE Programme.
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Use of the logo by intergovernmental organizations or in websites as a simple link to the CITES MIKE Programme website is granted at the discretion of the CITES MIKE Programme.