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China must act, but Africa take the lead to stop ivory trade

The Guardian | 09 December, 2014 | Paula Kahumbu with Andrew Halliday |

A major new study provides disturbing proof that the crisis facing African elephants is even worse than people imagined, driven by the exploding trade in illegal ivory in China. The study, written by ivory market researchers Lucy Vigne and Esmond Martin, and funded by Save the Elephants (STE) and the Aspinall Foundation, found that skyrocketing … Full Story →

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