All Blog Posts for Elephants

Comment: the proponents of the ivory trade are eerily quiet today
17th July 2012 Azzedine Downes
The New York Times today featured an opinion piece titled “Ivory Poachers and Their Enablers”.  Whilst the Read more »
16th July 2012 Kelvin Alie
In 2012, INTERPOL and the International Fund for Animal Welfare teamed up to execute Operation WORTHY, an law enforcement Read more »
Elephant lovers worldwide say “no!” to killing elephants for ivory
16th July 2012 Paul Todd
During the last two weeks, International Fund for Animal Welfare staff in France, Germany, the Netherlands, United Kingdom Read more »
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend; Ivory is her worst enemy
16th July 2012 Jeffrey Flocken
New York City’s Diamond District received a wake-up call on Thursday following the news that two jewelers and their Read more »
Dhara pokes her head out of the nursery building. Credit: IFAW/S.Bararuah
13th July 2012 Sashanka Barbaruah
Dhara, an elephant calf, came to us on June 28th. Dhara is one of thousands of wild animals stricken by the deadly monsoon Read more »
12th July 2012 Vicki Fishlock
I’ve mentioned before how important it is to understand that elephants are individuals, as different from one another Read more »