Conservationists Demand Tougher Enforcement Against Ivory Gangs

The illegal ivory trade has decimated elephant populations across parts of Africa. This week, delegates and activists from across the world are gathering in Geneva for a meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species – known as CITES. As Henry Ridgwell reports, activists want tougher enforcement of regulations to tackle the organized criminal gangs behind the ivory trade, which is estimated at $23 billion per year.

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