Ivory kingpin sentenced to 20 years

Ve, 07/22/2016
Ivory kingpin sentenced to 20 years

Feisal Ali Mohamed was convicted today in a court in Mombasa, Kenya for possession of over two tonnes of ivory seized during a 2014 law enforcement raid on the Kenyan coast.

He was sentenced to 20 years and ordered to pay a KS 20 million fine. Feisal had been listed by Interpol as one of the nine most wanted suspects for crimes against the environment.

Bill C-246 - Modernizing Animal Protections Act

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Ma, 06/07/2016
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Bill C-246 - Modernizing Animal Protections Act

Bill C-246 - Modernizing Animal Protections Act would bring long-overdue amendments to the Criminal Code of Canada, ban the sale of cat and dog fur in Canada;  and ban the importation of shark fink into Canada.  

Please download a copy of our infographic on how this important Bill will help protect animals in Canada. 

IFAW北京猛禽救助中心年报(2001-2011)

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Ve, 04/06/2012
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IFAW北京猛禽救助中心年报(BRRC, 2001-2011)

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Motion to Protect Pangolins Passess IUCN World Conservation Congress

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Me, 08/31/2016
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Motion to Protect Pangolins Passess IUCN World Conservation Congress

The world’s most heavily trafficked mammal finds wave of support among world conservation leaders at IUCN World Conservation Congress, the world’s largest gathering of conservation leaders.

IUCN has passed a motion outlining a path to broader protections for all eight pangolin species. Its adoption through the first-ever online voting process of IUCN was by a majority of both government and NGO members.

IUCN votes for an end to Japan’s so-called scientific whaling

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Me, 08/31/2016
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The IUCN, which has 89 member countries including the US, the UK and Japan itsel
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The IUCN, which has 89 member countries including the US, the UK and Japan itsel

(London – 31 August 2016) – The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has voted overwhelmingly against Japan’s so-called scientific whaling in the Antarctic and the North Pacific.

The IUCN, which has 89 member countries including the US, the UK and Japan itself, voted by a large majority for a halt to Japan’s scientific whaling, which the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) believes is merely commercial whaling by another name.

Olifanten in crisis – het lijkt veel erger dan we dachten

Me, 08/31/2016
We zitten op een kantelpunt. De komende vijf jaar zijn voor olifanten van levens

We zitten op een kantelpunt. De komende vijf jaar zijn voor olifanten van levensbelang. De meest recente update van de Great Elephant Census (GEC) laat een gitzwart toekomstbeeld voor olifanten in Afrika zien.

Elephants in crisis – it looks much worse than we thought

Me, 08/31/2016
Elephants have reached the tipping point and the next 5 years are critical.

Elephants have reached the tipping point and the next 5 years are critical.The recent update from the Great Elephant Census (GEC), which has been underway across the African continent over the past two years paints a doom and gloom picture for the future of Africa&r

Elephants in crisis – it looks much worse than we thought

Me, 08/31/2016
Elephants have reached the tipping point and the next 5 years are critical.

Elephants have reached the tipping point and the next 5 years are critical.The recent update from the Great Elephant Census (GEC), which has been underway across the African continent over the past two years paints a doom and gloom picture for the future of Africa&r

Elephants in crisis – it looks much worse than we thought

Me, 08/31/2016
Elephants have reached the tipping point and the next 5 years are critical.

Elephants have reached the tipping point and the next 5 years are critical.The recent update from the Great Elephant Census (GEC), which has been underway across the African continent over the past two years paints a doom and gloom picture for the future of Africa&r

Elephants in crisis – it looks much worse than we thought

Me, 08/31/2016
Elephants have reached the tipping point and the next 5 years are critical.

Elephants have reached the tipping point and the next 5 years are critical.The recent update from the Great Elephant Census (GEC), which has been underway across the African continent over the past two years paints a doom and gloom picture for the future of Africa&r