wildlife trafficking

On Tuesday the Obama Administration announced a national strategy on wildlife trafficking, including new restrictions on the ivory trade designed to create “a near complete ban” on the commercial sale of African elephant ivory in the U.S. Read the full story on our daily news page....

By Richard Ruggiero, J. Michael Fay, and Lee White Wildlife trafficking will receive overdue world attention this week at the United Nations General Assembly and by the Clinton Global Initiative and other elite platforms. The ongoing slaughter of African elephants will be in particular focus, as African states and their partners seek to craft consensus...

By Richard Ruggiero, J. Michael Fay, and Lee White Wildlife trafficking will receive overdue world attention this week at the United Nations General Assembly and by the Clinton Global Initiative and other elite platforms. The ongoing slaughter of African elephants will be in particular focus, as African states and their partners seek to craft consensus...

When the Philippines destroyed its five-ton stockpile of seized elephant tusks on June 21, it marked not only the first time an ivory-consuming nation took such a public action but also the first time a country took key steps to guarantee that it could not re-enter the black market. Before this, all previous large-scale public...