Our voice reported on The Star, BBC and The Economist

  • By ELI
  • March 21, 2013

Elephant Action League (EAL) is part of a group of 10 conservation organizations that attended CITES in Bangkok and publicly denounced the failure of the Convention to stop elephant poaching and to address the real problems, including China.
Our voice was heard and reported on the Kenyan newspaper The Star, BBC and the Economist.

“The only way to stop the killing and to save the world’s elephants for future generations is an immediate, comprehensive, and indefinite ban on international and domestic ivory trade,” said the groups in a joint statement. “One-off sales, monitoring poaching, reporting requirements, missions to inspect schemes to regulate ivory markets – none of it has worked to end the slaughter of these African giants.”

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EAL on ivory trade: our voice reported on The Star, BBC News and the Economist

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