The latest?knowledge about elephants is important for scientists, conservationists and the interested?public. Save the Elephants gathers all articles, stories and publications from the around the world and distributes them to?subscribers as well as storing?them?in a free library on our website, creating a?substantial?resource for elephant enthusiasts all over the world.?
Please note that this service reflects stories published on established news outlets, but Save the Elephants?cannot guarantee the accuracy of any news story. In addition, we do not endorse any of the views expressed therein. We simply try to represent fairly what is in the media on elephants. If a reader finds inaccuracies in an article, we are happy to circulate corrections, if these can be verified.
Gary Potter, The Conversation
Vietnam Net Bridge
Philip Bethge, Spiegel Online
Tom Brennan, Alizila
The Associated Press
Veronique Hyland, Elle
Peter Moses, The Daily Trust
Gaby Hinsliff, HuffPost
The Bangkok Post
Yobesh Onwong’a, The Kenya News Agency
The Club of Mozambique
Anthony Owino, Kenyans
Veronique Greenwood, The New York Times
Carolyne Chebet, Standard Media
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Elephants are fast disappearing from the wild. Without urgent, international action they could be gone within a generation. The Elephant Crisis Fund provides?rapid, catalytic?support for?the most effective projects designed to?stop the killing, thwart traffickers and end the demand for ivory. 100% of all donations reach the field.
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