All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

Final day of the Ivory is for Elephants Only march, June 29, 2013
15th July 2013 Christina Pretorius
I’ve always liked a good protest march. Back in the day, they were usually anti-apartheid gatherings, or protests Read more »
“Operation Wild Web”: Selling wildlife online doesn’t pay
11th July 2013 Jeffrey Flocken
The Internet has become the world's largest marketplace. Buyers and sellers can find almost anything they want and Read more »
The horror of what is happening with up to 40,000 African elephants losing their
11th July 2013 Erica Martin
I read with great interest Paula Kahumbu’s latest blog in the Guardian. I work with the IFAW communications team Read more »
Saving Wild Tigers through Law Enforcement Investigations and Field Operations
10th July 2013 Kelvin Alie
I am here at the International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in Bangkok observing firsthand the training of law enforcement Read more »
Can we afford to experiment with rhinos?
5th July 2013 Jason Bell
The recent announcement by the South African Minster of Environment, expressing the South African Government’s Read more »
July 1st, 2013: President Obama announcing an Executive Order.
1st July 2013 Azzedine Downes
President Obama’s African trip is already paying off in a big way for wildlife. In a major speech in Tanzania on July Read more »
Thank President Obama
Thank President Obama for fighting illegal wildlife trade

Thank President Obama