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Amid Encouraging Signs at the International Level, Local Successes Also Shine

  • 01/15/14
  • Nairobi, Kenya

The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) is celebrating two recent on-the-ground wins that, on a local level, complement the positive international momentum that appears to be gaining for Africa’s wildlife.

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The Bodhi Tree Foundation Launches Groundbreaking Campaign to Unite Tourism Industry to Save Africa’s Elephants

  • 01/14/14
  • New York

The Bodhi Tree Foundation (TBTF) launches S.A.F.E, an anti-poaching campaign aimed at galvanizing and uniting the tourism industry to elevate awareness of the current elephant poaching crisis. Developed in response to the plea of tour operators working in Africa who have been watching the crisis unfold firsthand, the campaign also provides support to field-based organizations working tirelessly to combat poaching and protect African Elephant populations.

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China’s Ivory Crush Sends Message

  • 01/06/14
  • Washington, D.C.

January 6, 2014 – WildAid, Save the Elephants, and the African Wildlife Foundation applaud China’s decision to destroy an estimated 6 tons of confiscated ivory in Dongguan today. In 2013, the NGOs, along with former NBA superstar Yao Ming and actress Li Bing Bing, called on China to raise awareness about elephant poaching, reduce the demand for ivory, and protect endangered wildlife.

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China to Destroy Ivory, Condemn Wildlife Trafficking

  • 01/02/14

African Wildlife Foundation CEO Patrick Bergin: ‘This is a courageous and critical first step by China to elevate the important issue of wildlife trafficking’
 

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Ivory Demand Reduction Campaign Launched in China

  • 12/06/13
  • Washington, D.C.

December 6, 2013 – WildAid, Save the Elephants, and the African Wildlife Foundation kicked off a campaign to reduce ivory demand today at the Shanghai Pudong Shangri-La Hotel. Former NBA star Yao Ming and WildAid co-founder Peter Knights called on China to help raise awareness of elephant poaching, reduce the demand for ivory, and protect endangered wildlife. The conservation groups also announced an anti-ivory public service campaign, to be televised internationally in 2014, featuring Yao Ming, American actor Edward Norton,China’s leading actress Li Bing Bing, Congolese NBA great Dikembe Mutombo, and current NBA star Jeremy Lin.

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