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Discussing the Ivory Crisis with Charlie Rose

This past Monday, July 28, AWF CEO, and member of the United States Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking, Patrick Bergin, model and AWF Trustee Veronica Varekova, and Marcus Asner, fellow member of the Advisory Council, joined Charlie Rose on his show to discuss the elephant ivory crisis. 

Watch the broadcast to learn about the history of the ivory trade and feasible solutions to the current poaching crisis.


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Gayane is AWF's Online Communications and Marketing Officer. She manages our social media platforms, blogs and affiliate relationships. Gayane is passionate about communicating the message of conservation through new tools and technologies and finding ways to make information easily accessible. She is a graduate of the University of Florida.

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