Thailand’s first ivory destruction sends a crushing message of zero tolerance to wildlife criminals
At a solemn ceremony in Bangkok, the Thai Government today destroyed over two tonnes of illegal elephant ivory, highlighting its ...
Thailand Set to Crush 2 Tonnes of Confiscated Ivory August 26 as Statement of Zero Tolerance for Illegal Ivory Trafficking.
WWF welcomes the decision of Thailand, one of the largest ivory markets in the world, to crush more than two tonnes of ...
World unites to fight wildlife crime as UN adopts historic resolution
Faced with an unprecedented surge in wildlife crime, the UN today adopted a historic resolution committing all countries to ramp ...
China signals end to domestic ivory market during destruction of illegal stockpile
The Chinese government indicated today that it was planning to eventually phase out its domestic ivory market.
WWF turns tweets to donations with #EndangeredEmoji social campaign
WWF launches its first ever emoji-based fundraising campaign to help support the organisation’s work to protect precious species ...