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The legal trade in ivory often hides an illegal trade of ivory
12 March 2015 by Sonja Van Tichelen
Elephants and rhinos continue to die at an alarming rate. One elephant every 15 minutes, on average, is killed for its ivory Read more »
6 March 2015 by Nancy Barr
As director of IFAW’s education program, I don’t usually attend ivory crushes or burns. In fact, I had no idea Read more »
IFAW statement on Ringling Brother's announcement to eliminate elephants from ci
5 March 2015 by jcbouvier
Jeff Flocken, North American Regional Director, International Fund for Animal Welfare issued the following statement in Read more »
Ringling Bros. Circus commits to end elephant shows–are big cats next?
5 March 2015 by Carson Barylak
Ringling Bros. to phase out elephants by 2018 http://t.co/PG2I3MkEth pic.twitter.com/ElltS53Kpp — PBS NewsHour (@ Read more »
IFAW has been instrumental in the planning and execution of some of these burns,
4 March 2015 by James Isiche
Traces of ashes of now three historic ivory burns will be forever mixed with the ancient soil at Nairobi National Park Read more »
Wonderful Juliette, a nice young Armenian customs officer volunteered to manage
Recently, about 40 people including participants from Armenia’s Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Finance, and Read more »
IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others a
IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others across the globe.

IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others across the globe.