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Save the Elephant

Approximately 100 African elephants are slaughtered every 24 hours – that’s one every 14 minutes. And that’s just one of the horrific statistics strewn throughout Lydia Millet’s article, “Save the Elephant,” posted in the Op-Ed section of The New York Times on Sunday, July 26th. If you were sleepily scrolling through the news app on your iPhone while sipping coffee…
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Last Days of Ivory

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Looking for a way to make a positive impact in 2015?  ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ director Kathryn Bigelow has launched a PSA and website about elephant poaching that we think is deserving of your attention.  The film, Last Days of Ivory, and website both aim to put the illegal ivory trade and the terrorists profiting from it out of business in…
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Black Ivory: an update from Save The Elephants

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Below is an alert from Melissa Groo with Save The Elephants on Black Ivory and how the illegal trade is destroying African elephants.  If you’d like to subscribe to Melissa’s Elephant News Service, please send an email to groo@elephantnews.org with the subject “Request African/Asian (as appropriate) Elephant” or “Request Both”. Black Ivory The Economist March 10th 2012 Last year was…
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