Memorandum of Understanding concerning Conservation Measures for the West African Populations of the African Elephant
Elephant poachers are using logging roads to infiltrate some of the last remaining pristine forests in Central Africa, according to a study published in July.
En dehors de « circonstances exceptionnelles », seuls les lieux de conservation in situ pourraient acheter des individus appartenant à cette espèce en dangereux recul.
A near-total ban on taking baby African elephants from the wild and selling them to zoos has been approved at a meeting in Geneva.
Cites, the global wildlife trade regulator, approves ‘momentous’ decision after EU adds loophole
The international Cites wildlife summit in Geneva is cracking down on the trade in threatened creatures this month
Some African nations at Cites conference argue sales would provide much-needed income
Botswana will continue talks about elephant protection with Kenya in order to hold the east African country together with itself at an upcoming international conference on wildlife protection, a mi
Profiting from creatures is ‘imported Western concept’, say Africans ahead of key vote
Vietnamese customs has seized over nine tons of ivory in a container shipment from the Republic of Congo, thought to be the largest ivory seizure ever made.