Today, Sri Lanka joins the growing number of countries taking bold action to deny wildlife traffickers their blood money and blaze a path for a future with wild elephants
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The Born Free Foundation today released shocking new figures, revealing that more than 24,000 elephants have died at the hands of poachers since the start of 2015.
The legislators in nearly 20 states across the U.S. have introduced legislation to prohibit the trade in elephant ivory and rhino horn.
Born Free's Liz Greengrass reports on a recent visit to Babile Elephant Sanctuary, the site of a project funded in part by Bloody Ivory donors.
Today, in Republic of Congo a 4.7 tonne pyre of ivory was burnt and in United Arab Emirates, another 10 tonnes was crushed.
Last Thursday’s commemorations of World Wildlife Day in Malawi went ahead but without the planned burning of the country's 4 tonne ivory stockpile.
Today, in a momentous event in Gulele Botanical Garden, Ethiopia joined the many countries in various regions of the world which have recently destroyed all or part of their ivory stockpiles.
President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, torched 15 tonnes of ivory, sending the clearest possible signal to the world that Kenya continues to reject the international trade in ivory and is a global leader in fighting the disastrous ivory trade.
In Babile Elephant Sanctuary in Ethiopia, a small team of wildlife rangers stand between well-equipped poachers and its roughly 300 remaining elephants...
The campaign to curb wildlife trafficking received a royal boost in Washington DC when Prince William pressed the urgent need for action in his meeting with President Obama.
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