WHEN Hong Kong intercepted yet another huge shipment of illegal African ivory in early October, it added to a growing headache for authorities: What exactly do you do with one of the world’s biggest stockpiles of elephant tusks?
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MPs and charities are calling on the UK government to divert Foreign Aid money into helping fight…
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Africa’s elephants face an unprecedented poaching siege. It’s a crisis of global significance that the U.S.
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In his third and final blog Les Carlisle meets the President of Botswana and witnesses the not-quite-to-plan release of the translocated rhinos into their new habitat …
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How a forest full of microphones can fight poaching.
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Prince William and his father Prince Charles shared a laugh today while on their way to launch a new wildlife project to curb the trade in endangered animal products.
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South African conservation authorities on Tuesday said they aim to reduce rhino poaching by 20 percent a year, insisting their strategy is working despite record levels of poaching.
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