Ivory Kills Campaign

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Poaching for Ivory

African elephants are still being poached in large numbers. Notwithstanding a ban on international ivory trading, thousands of elephants are killed every year for their ivory tusks. The ivory is often carved into ornaments and jewellery.

In 1989, a ban on international trade was introduced by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. Approximately 100,000 elephants were killed each year and up to 80% of herds were lost in some regions.

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While the ban has allowed some populations to recover, there has been an upsurge in poaching and illegal ivory trafficking in recent years, driven by increasing demand in Asia, which has led to steep declines in forest elephant numbers and some savannah elephant populations.

Employees and their families at Global Advisers can get involved. By taking an active stance against poaching, we strive to create awareness, raise funds, and contribute to global efforts of eliminating the poaching of animals worldwide.

Ivory Kills