Sudan, the Last Male Northern White Rhino, Dies in Kenya

The 45-year-old Sudan, the sole remaining male of the rare subspecies of white rhino, died in Kenya. By CAMILLA SCHICK on Publish Date March 20, 2018. Photo by Thomas Mukoya/Reuters.

Jim Nyamu on China’s Ivory Ban & Walking for Elephants

Executive Director of Elephants Neighbors Centre here in Kenya Jim Justus Nyamu joins Michelle Ngele on Morning Express. Jim is a recipient of the Ecowarrior 2016 award. (KTN News Kenya, 2017)

Giants Club: African leaders to gather in Kenya to tackle elephant poaching crisis

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In the past three years, poachers have killed 100,000 elephants in Africa for illegal ivory markets AFP/Getty Images

By Alex Dymoke
February 26, 2016 / The Independent

The President of Kenya is to host a historic gathering of African leaders in April to address the elephant-poaching crisis in the first meeting of the Giants Club, the wildlife-protection initiative backed by The Independent.

It will be followed by the burning of a vast 120 tonne stockpile of ivory, much of it seized by the Kenyan state from poaching gangs, to show the government’s zero tolerance to the illegal wildlife trade. The blaze will be eight times larger than any ivory stockpile previously destroyed before.
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We beat the ivory trade once. Now we must beat it once and for all.

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By Uhuru Kenyatta; President of Kenya
February 26, 2016/ The Independent

I am delighted to host the inaugural Giants Club Summit in Kenya at the end of April. Alongside other African heads of state, we will use this opportunity to underline the global intent to put an end, once again, to the butchering of elephants and rhinos by selfish criminal gangs.

I say once again because we have done it before. In 1990, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) banned the international ivory trade after a decade in which the population of African elephants halved from 1.3 million to 600,000 animals. Continue reading

US Navy SEAL Supports Ohio Ban on Ivory and Rhino Horn

U.S. Navy SEAL Supports Ohio Ban against Ivory & Rhino Horn Products

Hello Friends!

Please show your support to fellow constituent; U.S. Navy SEAL, “Christopher Mark Heben” for standing with me as we move towards the introduction of my Bill to Outlaw Ivory and Rhino Horn Products in Ohio!

Not only has Christopher protected Elephants and Rhinos on the ground in Kenya, he has hunted down the poachers who have taken their lives.

Show some love and please keep signing and sharing my Petition.

UNITED for Wildlife!
Christina LaMonica, Founder; #ivoryfreeOhio
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Christopher Mark Heben
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