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Raptor Persecution Oct 19
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Raptor Persecution Oct 18
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Oct 12
World leaders from over 80 countries have come together this week with one message: We must 📰 Read their pledges:
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Dec 20
Today the UK's world-leading ivory bill becomes law. It will be one of the toughest ivory bans in the world, and will come into force in late 2019. We want other countries to follow our lead RT if you want elephants to survive 🐘
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Iain Cox Oct 26
Awesome to see the customs' dog unit at work this morning in Zamen Uud..sniffing China-bound traffic for anything untoward. 🇬🇧 project with is bringing out experts from to help improve the 🇲🇳 team's capacity to
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Charlie Mayhew Oct 12
This magnificent sculpture kindly created by raised a whopping £200k on Tuesday for and spent the rest of the week welcoming international leaders & delegates to the Conference.
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Ruth Tingay Oct 18
The Govt's hen Harrier Action Plan is a sham. How many more HHs do we have to lose before Ministers set aside vested interests & impose sanctions on grouse shooting industry?
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*Mina*Bad Yoga KittyⓋ Oct 23
RT&SIGN! Sign 's Fight for . Join me to support call for global leaders to . Since 2009, the International Ranger Federation and Thin Green Line Foundation estimates that at least 871 rangers were killed in the line of duty
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Jeremy Hunt Dec 18
😂 Some of my kids' other favourite films would also be a suitable punishment for poachers... 🦁 = Lion King 🐘 = Jungle Book 🦈 = Shark Tale 🐒 = Tarzan 🐻 = Brother Bear Any other suggestions?
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Jeremy Hunt Dec 17
This is why we must stop the international ivory trade - more than 3 tonnes of ivory seized in Cambodia. 500 African elephants will have been slaughtered for this despite numbers falling by 60% in last 30 years.
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CITES Nov 22
No country alone will be able to ! UN calls for int'l cooperation to combat . 1st Inter-Regional Enforcement meeting in Africa brought together police, customs, prosecutors & financial investigators from 20+ nations
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Matthew Holden Dec 3
Demand reduction campaigns are promising anti-poaching interventions. Our new paper in @consletters shows that if campaigns cause even small reductions in price, they can be good investments compared to increasing anti-poaching patrols.
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Defra UK Dec 20
We’re excited to announce that the Ivory Bill gained Royal Assent and is now an Act of Parliament! It is expected to come into force late 2019.
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Deborah Meaden Dec 20
And now is the time to thank all you wonderful followers who helped get this across the line in our massive Twitter Storm you kicked up when I was blocked by when I asked about this.....Twitter for Good This is big and fantastic news
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Jane Goodall 🇨🇦 Dec 19
Baby are taken from their mothers and sold as exotic pets or tourist attractions. For every taken as many as 10 others may have been killed. Help us keep chimp families together and
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ifaw Dec 16
These dogs will be part of a critical mission: helping protect threatened wild elephant populations in Benin, West Africa. Once ready, they'll use their keen sense of smell to assist our rangers with detecting & seizing ivory at ports & airports, helping .
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Dec 20
🐘 leading action to 🌊 helping Commonwealth islands protect and manage their marine areas 🐠 safeguarding 4 million square kilometres of ocean in our Overseas Territories This year the UK played a crucial role in protecting the planet:
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Save the Rhino Oct 12
Five years of no poaching for Nepal's rhinos between 2011 and 2018! (a zero poaching year described as 365 consecutive days without incident)
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Jane Goodall 🇨🇦 Dec 21
news: the UK ban on ivory sales has passed into law! This is a great example for other countries to follow!
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Helping Rhinos 🦏 Oct 15
Margaret Kenyatta affirms Kenya's commitment to end illegal wildlife trade. Wonderful to see First Lady of Kenya at talking so passionately about commitment and resolve to
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