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Win! Fourth Hong Kong Retailer Abandons the Ivory Trade

A fourth major Hong Kong retailer has abandoned the sale of ivory in the face of mounting pressure from conservation advocates and lawmakers. 

Li Bingbing Takes Ivory Free Pledge & Stars in New PSA

Chinese film icon and WildAid Ambassador Li Bingbing took the Ivory Free pledge and released a new PSA and print campaign at a Beijing press conference on December 5. The new PSA will be broadcast on television and on more than 1,300 movie screens through a partnership with Wanda Cinemas. The print ads are displayed now at airports in Beijing and Shanghai. 

WildAid Launches ‘Ivory Free’ Campaign

WildAid is calling on the public to do its part to end the ivory poaching crisis by taking the Ivory Free pledge at ivoryfree.org. The new campaign asks consumers to pledge to never buy, own or accept ivory as gifts, and to support stronger government bans and actions to tackle the illegal ivory trade.

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Film Synopsis

When a person buys an item made of ivory in a market in China, it is quite possible that they are actually funding the next major terrorist attack somewhere in the world; based on strong evidence linking the illegal ivory trade to some of the most notorious terrorist groups in Africa.

Hong Kong Lawmaker Takes Her Fight Against Blood Ivory to Africa

Hong Kong lawmaker Dr. Hon Elizabeth Quat JP has come to Kenya to help build bridges between China and Africa as part of her campaign to stop the buying of ivory and end the killing of elephants. The trip was organized in partnership with WildAid, Save the Elephants, the African Wildlife Foundation, the Northern Rangelands Trust and Stop Ivory. While ivory stocks are still sold legally in Hong Kong, the government has taken steps to combat the illegal trade, pledging to destroy its 29.6 tonnes of confiscated illegal ivory by the middle of next year. Dr. Quat wants her government to do more.

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