All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

Check out our infographic below with several alarming facts pulled from the IFAW
24th June 2013 Beth Allgood
Today, the International Fund for Animal Welfare released our report Criminal Nature: The Global Security Implications of Read more »
An immediate way we can help protect African lions against trophy hunters is to
18th June 2013 Jeffrey Flocken
As few as 32,000 African lions are believed to remain in the wild today. Over the last 30 years, African countries with the Read more »
Wolves, elephants, and the best (or worst) of intentions
17th June 2013 Paul Todd
Two U.S.-based environmental groups have declared their intent to sue the federal government over just that – intent. Read more »
By simply making Chinese  people  aware that every piece of ivory comes from a d
11th June 2013 Grace Ge Gabriel
I was overwhelmed by the reaction to my blog posted from the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES Read more »
Kokesh legally imported an African elephant trophy mount from Namibia. He then i
5th June 2013 Beth Allgood
Last week, a grand jury in Pensacola, Florida indicted Charles Kokesh on three counts: violating the Endangered Species Act Read more »
The graduates with Chairman Leturesh
28th May 2013 Evan Mkala
The loud voice of the parade commander and a booming brass band fill the air, competing with the melodies of chirping birds Read more »
Thank President Obama
Thank President Obama for fighting illegal wildlife trade

Thank President Obama