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Eugene LAPOINTE Jun 24
Human elephant conflict is a life & death matter. In India, 2013 to 2016, just 100 elephants had unnatural deaths, says Minister Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Harsh Vardhan. But more than 400 Indians are killed by elephants EVERY year
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Eugene LAPOINTE Jun 24
It is simply fake news to tell journalists, or for journalists to report, that elephants are in danger of extinction.
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Eugene LAPOINTE Jun 18
Natural History Museum in Bern should be made a compulsory field trip for all those attending : Two loaded canons were hastily ordered from the Fribourg armory and they finally arrived at 11:00 a.m. A 6 pounder canon was used to bring down and kill the bull elephant.
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TGA Jun 22
The ivory trade ban has failed dismally for the past 43 years. How long can we continue with this failed experiment? EK
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CITES May 10
New report highlights continued threat to African from poaching
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Eugene LAPOINTE Jun 17
Send in the hunters to cull the rats in New Zealand, and don't forget that too many elephants in pose a bigger risk to society and nature than too many ugly rats in an artsy-fartsy town in the antipodes that's inhabited by the rich
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Eugene LAPOINTE Jun 20
"Under the country’s wildlife conservation policy, Botswana’s elephant population has increased nearly10-fold since 1970, to 130,000 today, according to the UN Environment Programme."
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tiff degroot Jun 21
Happy —here’s a cute baby from South Africa. Photo by me. 😊 Help giraffes by advocating for appendix II listing at this year, and if you’re in the US: tell your reps to support giraffes under the !
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TGA Jun 22
It’s high time CITES member countries stopped burying their heads in the sand thinking that ivory trade will save African elephants. EK
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South African Youth Biodiversity Network Apr 20
Deforesting the wilderness displaces biodiversity. It's equivalent to a devastating hurricane, just without disaster relief packages.
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Prof. Judi Wakhungu EGH Mar 22
Breakfast & morning stroll with beautiful young ones! Encouraging to see the orphans of human/wildlife conflict, poaching, & insecurity faring well. Thanks to teams that nurture & protect them. Remember that the only value of ivory is on living elephants.
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TGA Jun 22
member countries should give a two-thirds majority yes-vote for the reopening of international trade in ivory for the proponent southern African countries at CITES Geneva Switzerland. EK
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WildCrime Jun 12
to be held in Geneva from 17-28 August 2019.
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