African Wildlife Trust was there to witness the largest Ivory burn in history on April 30th in Nairobi, Kenya. Ivory from about 8,000 elephants due to poaching or human/wildlife conflict was burned representing a value of $150-$170 million.
Elephants are worth more alive. We must fight every day to stop poaching and push for a global Ivory ban in September at the upcoming CITES meeting.
Join the Fight. Spread Awareness. If a Trade in Ivory continues, so will the Slaughter.
Hayley Adams with Silent Heroes Foundation, Pratik and Lindy with African Wildlife Trust at the Ivory Burn 2016 Kenya.
Lindy Taverner, Communications Manager Cape Town, South Africa. email@example.com.