Wildlife Justice Commission in The Hague Engages the Government of Vietnam

Elephant Action League’s partner Wildlife Justice Commission (WJC), in The Hague, has engaged the government of Vietnam on a large ivory & rhino horn trafficking network The Wildlife Justice Commission has presented the authorities of Viet Nam with a Map of Facts regarding a large organized criminal network trading in endangered wildlife species. This criminal network, based […]

EXCLUSIVE: Rhinos, Photos of the four Chinese Nationals Sentenced to 20 years

Four Chinese Nationals Arrested in Possession of 11 Rhino Horns Sentenced to 20 years in Prison Mbeya, Tanzania, December 18, 2015. The four Chinese nationals – Song Lei (33), Xiao Shaodan (29), Chen Jianlin (34) and Hu Liang (30) – arrested in Tanzania’s Mbeya Region in November while in possession of 11 rhino horns were […]

Elephant Action League’s Founder Awarded Prestigious Italian Prize

Elephant Action League’s Founder Mr. Andrea Crosta Awarded Prestigious Italian Scanno Prize Rome, December 15, 2015. The co-founder of the US-based Elephant Action League (EAL), Mr. Andrea Crosta, was awarded Italy’s prestigious Scanno Prize in the beautiful medieval village of Scanno, two hours from Rome. Mr. Crosta was awarded the prize in the “Values” category for […]

The “Queen of Ivory” arrested in Tanzania

PRESS RELEASE Breaking News “The Queen of Ivory”, a Chinese national, arrested by a specialized Task Force in Tanzania. To date, she is the most important ivory trafficker ever arrested in the country. Dar-es-Salaam, 8 October 2015 – A specialized wildlife trafficking unit under Tanzania’s National and Transnational Serious Crimes Investigation Unit (NTSCIU) arrested a […]

WildLeaks and TREES together for fighting illegal logging and trade

Signed the agreement between the American NGO “Elephant Action League” (that created WildLeaks, the world’s first wildlife crime whistleblower initiative) and TREES Project, that will help to combat illegal logging and trade in the European Union by collecting anonymous leads and reports. Los Angeles-Milan, 22 May 2015      An agreement to combat illegal logging and trade among the […]

WildLeaks turns one year old!

WildLeaks, the world’s first wildlife crime whistleblower initiative turns one year old! Celebrate with us and please support this important project! The project is now entering an expanded phase of operation and is extending its outreach to every corner of the globe. In this, it invites participation from around the world to help fighting wildlife […]

Africa, the critical link between resource plunder and poaching

Illegal trade in wildlife is no longer an abstract issue. Organized transnational as well as trans-regional environmental crimes are rapidly rising threats to the environment, to revenues from natural resources, to state security and to global sustainable development. …At stake is the financial loss running into billions of dollars that these environmental crimes cause, the […]

Wanted Kenyan ivory trafficker and kingpin finally arrested in Tanzania

Feisal Mohamed Ali, 47, was arrested in Dar es Salaam on Monday on a warrant issued by Interpol which is trying to track down armed gangs that kill elephants for tusks and rhinos for horns to be shipped to Asia for use in ornaments and medicines. “The businessman is cooperating with the police to establish […]

Strong but effective campaign by Sanctuary Asia

Really, no need to add more. Please helps WildLeaks to Fight Back. “WHEN THE WOOD GO, WILDLIFE GOES.” (木を切り倒したら、野生動物も一緒に切り殺してしまうことになる) Strong but effective campaign by Sanctuary Asia Do we need to add more? http://www.gutewerbung.net/sanctuary-asia-brutal-pro-wildlife-campaign/

The real enemy of elephants, rhinos and tigers? Not poaching but Corruption!

#AntiCorruptionDay 2014 “The real Enemy of Wildlife in Africa and Asia? Not Poaching but Corruption”. Mr Andrea Crosta, Founder of WildLeaks and the Elephant Action League (EAL), believes there is no hope to stop wildlife crime without “choking the layer of corrupt government officials, politicians, and security officers.” “With WildLeaks we’ve involved the media to […]

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