All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

Satao, an iconic male elephant from Kenya's Tsavo Park, was killed by poachers.
26 June 2014 James Isiche
The killing of Tsavo’s iconic male elephant Satao about a fortnight ago is tragic.   It symbolizes what has been Read more »
Critics are wrong, the U.S. is complicit in the elephant poaching crisis
24 June 2014 Azzedine Downes
The criticisms on Capitol Hill today, regarding the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's plan to ban the commercial trade of Read more »
Making sure animal welfare is part of the world’s environmental agenda
21 June 2014 Peter Pueschel
My goal while I am in Nairobi, Kenya—at the stakeholder’s weekend meeting to prepare for the United Nations Read more »
Not “faux” - eBay’s continued efforts to help protect elephants
20 June 2014 Jeffrey Flocken
Given the rampant poaching of African elephants for their tusks, and the large illegal ivory market, elephants haven’t Read more »
We need more international support for the protection of sharks and rays
I've just come back from the Sharks International Conference, the world's biggest scientific conference on sharks Read more »
6 June 2014 Michael Booth
Celebrations are underway on both sides of the world as tigers Svetlaya and Ustin were safely released back to wild. This Read more »
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