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What a change from Jakarta!! West Sumatra is absolutely gorgeous. The day we flew into Padang the sun was shining and Read more »
A priority of the IFAW/CARE team since initiating our rescue program on the ground in Jakarta has been to be able to reach Read more »
Photo of Week is a feature that highlights the work IFAW does around the world everyday to rescue orphaned, injured, or Read more »
In this two minute slideshow, IFAW Emergency Responder Jennifer Miller phones in a report from the ground in Jakarta, Read more »
In the aftermath of flooding, what is left to do but build something out of nothing? The now rapid flow of mud from Read more »
IFAW Emergency Responder Jennifer Miller speaks during this audio slideshow to the preparations for her trip to Jakarta, Read more »
Photo of Week is a feature that highlights the work IFAW does around the world everyday to rescue orphaned, injured, or Read more »
Hey, J.C. Bouvier here with an update on our arrival into our base camp in P.E.I. Canada. So, on our way into Halifax, Ed Read more »
So the 2007 Canadian seal hunt may not take place in the southern Gulf...this story in the Canadian Guardian reports the Read more »
This companion video is an excellent introduction to the content, concepts and issues presented in the "Elephants, Watch Video »
In this video, produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, a collection of IFAW senior staff and our CEO Fred O Watch Video »
IFAW's President and CEO, Fred O'Regan, gives his thoughts about the upcoming International Tiger Forum in St. Watch Video »
In this video public service announcement, produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, the point is made that Watch Video »
A majority of citizens in several European countries support a 20-year total ban on international ivory trade. A series of polls just completed in key EU Member States, together representing some 320 million European citizens, show overwhelming le Read more »
The meeting is expected to be contentious, with pro-whaling Japan pushing for a lifting of the ban, and conservation groups, including IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare – www.ifaw.org), in attendance to call for global whale protec Read more »
In its report to the plenary meeting of IWC delegates, the Scientific Committee noted that, there was “little incentive” for Japan to produce data collected from its JARPN whaling program. The committee went on to note that, what data Read more »
Despite a 1986 global moratorium on commercial whaling, Japan currently hunts more than 1,200 whales a year for what it calls “scientific” whaling, in abuse of an IWC loophole that allows for the lethal research of whales. Whales hunted Read more »
Dr. Joth Singh, IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare - www.ifaw.org) Director of Wildlife and Habitat said from the floor of the meeting, “We welcome the call for IWC member nations to work together respectfully.  A good first ste Read more »
“The people have spoken, and they are clearly saying they do not want the gruesome slaughter of elephants to continue unnecessarily,” says Cindy Milburn, IFAW’s US Regional Acting Director. “An estimated 20,000 elephants are Read more »
Key anti-whaling actions included the adoption of a resolution condemning Japanese whaling, and a report by the IWC Scientific Committee that hotly criticized Japan’s so-called “scientific” whaling program. IFAW Global Whale Read more »
An investigation conducted by IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare; www.ifaw.org) in February revealed how the rampant trade in elephant ivory being carried out across eBay’s global network of auction sites is enabling consumers to lit Read more »
Grace Gabriel, Asia Regional Director for IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare - www.ifaw.org) expressed her delight, “We are extremely pleased that range states spoke up on behalf of their tiger populations in the wild.  Al Read more »
Fact Sheet: 2006 Selling Out the Tiger Won’t Save It Read more »
This document was prepared in collaboration with the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Conservation Internati Read more »
The rise of the Internet has revolutionized the way we exchange ideas, information and merchandise. This is largely due to th Read more »
The Internet is a rapidly expanding global marketplace. Its anonymity and unregulated nature provide almost limitless opportu Read more »
Chinese culture and traditional lore are deeply intertwined with beliefs over the curative powers of animals, and the use of Read more »
The Internet has become the world’s biggest marketplace, one that is open for business 24 hours a day, seven days a wee Read more »
Traditional Chinese Medicine has made contribution to human health historically, but it is also a learning and adaptive proce Read more »
What a change from Jakarta!! West Sumatra is absolutely gorgeous. The day we flew into Padang the sun was shining and Read more »
A priority of the IFAW/CARE team since initiating our rescue program on the ground in Jakarta has been to be able to reach Read more »
Photo of Week is a feature that highlights the work IFAW does around the world everyday to rescue orphaned, injured, or Read more »
In this two minute slideshow, IFAW Emergency Responder Jennifer Miller phones in a report from the ground in Jakarta, Read more »
In the aftermath of flooding, what is left to do but build something out of nothing? The now rapid flow of mud from Read more »
IFAW Emergency Responder Jennifer Miller speaks during this audio slideshow to the preparations for her trip to Jakarta, Read more »
Photo of Week is a feature that highlights the work IFAW does around the world everyday to rescue orphaned, injured, or Read more »
Hey, J.C. Bouvier here with an update on our arrival into our base camp in P.E.I. Canada. So, on our way into Halifax, Ed Read more »
So the 2007 Canadian seal hunt may not take place in the southern Gulf...this story in the Canadian Guardian reports the Read more »

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"Environmental crime wave costs world billions. Read Associated Press story with Azzedine Downes here.

Dallas Safari Club auctions permit to shoot an endangered black rhino in Namibia. Jeff Flocken provides voice of reason in National Geographic news article.”

More than 80 elephants in Zimbabwe have been poisoned with cyanide -- the latest victims of poachers keen to feed soaring global demand for illegally trafficked ivory. read more

Malawi hails IFAW for initiative to protect wildlife at Liwonde National Park aimed at decreasing poaching pressure; launched with government optimism the project will also reduce human, wildlife conflicts in the area. See the original article

 

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