New study and analysis on ivory, terrorism & the LRA

Out Of Garamba, intO uGanda. Poaching and trade of ivory in Garamba National Park and LRA-affected areas in Congo. By Kristof Titeca Institute of Development Policy and Management (IOB), University of Antwerp ABSTRACT Ivory poaching and trading in central and eastern Africa has recently received a lot of attention. On the one hand, there have […]

The Ivory Trade Has Gone Industrial

So far, official data says 90 elephants have died in Zimbabwe from cyanide used to poison salt licks at watering holes. The actual death toll could be as high as 100. This is among the worst ecological disasters ever seen in Zimbabwe.  The list of those responsible is long, longer than you might think: poachers, traffickers, […]

Elephant Action League’s director interviewed on Ivory & Terrorism

EAL’s director Andrea Crosta to AFP, France24 News and Fox News: “The ivory trade, legal or illegal, supplies funds to criminals and terrorists who kill people. We’re asking the international community to start considering all the ivory and rhino horn trade’s stakeholders, ivory consumers, ivory shops and even governments, de-facto accessories to manslaughter, human exploitation […]

Elephant Action League launches anti-poaching project with PAMS in Tanzania

EAL’s director Andrea Crosta returned from Tanzania where he saw the excellent anti-poaching work that PAMS Foundation (www.pamsfoundation.org) is doing in Ruaha National Park. In line with its Mission to fight wildlife crime through concrete projects in the field, The Elephant Action League supports the work of PAMS Foundation in Ruaha by co-funding (together with […]

EAL’s partner Conservation Justice made 4 arrests of ivory traffickers

Another amazing operation by our partner Conservation Justice in Gabon. Luc Mathot’s team managed to arrest 4 ivory traffickers near the Cameroon border. You guys are the best and we’re very proud to support you! One Cameroonian is the Imam of the town, so there will surely be high pressure to release him. Ofir Drori informed […]

Elephant Action League’s Founders meet Prince Charles

London, 9th of July 2013 TRH Prince Charles met on Tuesday Elephant Action League’s Founders Mr. Andrea Crosta, Mrs. Gilda Moratti and Mr. Massimo Redaelli. The venue was the Animal Ball organized by EAL’s partner Elephant Family, to support conservation projects in Asia on the endangered Asian elephant. Prince Charles and Mr. Andrea Crosta, EAL’s […]

You Buy Ivory You Kill People

Please share this EAL’s campaign, the first of this kind! Poor villagers are pushed into elephant poaching and crime by greedy businessmen, traders and Chinese/Arab traffickers. Yes, powerful criminal groups are involved, but locally in Africa this “Ivory Addiction” is often killing people, destroying families and leaving orphans behind. At the link below an example from […]

Our voice reported on The Star, BBC and The Economist

Elephant Action League (EAL) is part of a group of 10 conservation organizations that attended CITES in Bangkok and publicly denounced the failure of the Convention to stop elephant poaching and to address the real problems, including China. Our voice was heard and reported on the Kenyan newspaper The Star, BBC and the Economist. “The […]

Chinese version released – IF YOU BUY IVORY YOU KILL PEOPLE你买象牙就是杀人

你买象牙就是杀人 IF YOU BUY IVORY, YOU KILL PEOPLE

You Buy Ivory, You Kill People – The New EAL Campaign Against the Ivory Trade

Dozens of rangers and law enforcement officers die each year trying to protect elephants, rhinos and wildlife. A much higher number of poachers, villagers and poor people, lured by the high profits, lose their lives or get injured. They leave behind orphans, widows, broken families and destabilized local communities. The reason of all this is […]

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