Yaya Toure: we must do more to end wildlife crime

On World Elephant Day, the Ivory Coast football star and UN Environment Ambassador calls people to join the Wild for Life Campaign to help end wildlife crime pushing species to the brink of extinction

Kenya to stage largest ever ivory burn

Over 100 tonnes of illegally poached ivory will be reduced to ash as the Kenyan government signals its commitment to combating the illegal wildlife trade by burning its entire ivory stockpile

Think Conservation, Make It Kenya

Kenya's Ministry of Tourism, supporting partner of the Giants Club Summit, explains why this east African country is such an appealing prospect for investors

"All seized ivory should be destroyed"

Mary Rice, executive director of the Environmental Investigation Agency, speaks on the ivory burn which is following this weekend's Giants Club Summit in Kenya, and urged people to get behind #jointheherd, the campaign spearheaded by wildlife charity WildAid

It is time to act on wildlife crime before it is too late

With international support in place from a UN General Assembly resolution and with new financial and technical commitments, it is time to increase actions being taken to conserve wildlife — including Africa’s mighty elephants

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