All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

Why I lashed out on Nat Geo against another call for more ivory trade
14th October 2014 Grace Ge Gabriel
The ivory trade is killing elephants. Period. Those of us who work hard to combat the poaching as well as interdict Read more »
Poached rhino horns are being sold for profit!
7th October 2014 Mia Crnojevic
10/01/2014-Update: Following the outrage and collective efforts, the auction house Cannes-Enchères has decided to Read more »
The illegal U.S. reptile trade still thrives.
2nd October 2014 Peter LaFontaine
Recently, Kai Xu – also known as “Turtle Man” – was apprehended at the Canadian border. His crime? Read more »
IFAW discusses ivory poaching’s devastating impact at AZA Conference.
25th September 2014 Peter LaFontaine
Last week I fulfilled a lifelong dream by looking out at an audience of 200-something people, taking a deep breath, and Read more »
Progress on elephant protection at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York
22nd September 2014 Azzedine Downes
This Tuesday, I will take the stage alongside leaders of other major animal welfare and conservation non-governmental Read more »
Don’t forget this World Rhino Day that killing isn’t conservation
22nd September 2014 Jeffrey Flocken
Today we celebrate World Rhino Day, an annual celebration of the five species we know for their distinctive rough skin and Read more »
Thank President Obama
Thank President Obama for fighting illegal wildlife trade

Thank President Obama