Hope for Elephants: Shutting Down Demand for Ivory

Ginette Hemley Jan Vertefeuille

Ginette Hemley, Senior Vice President, Wildlife ConservationJan Vertefeuille, Senior Advisor, Advocacy, Wildlife Conservation February, 2018

The world’s elephant populations are being decimated by poaching. Fueled by consumer demand for ivory, at least 20,000 elephants are killed each year, mostly for their tusks. In this webinar, Ginette and Jan discuss how WWF is leading a global effort to stop the crisis and ensure a future in which these majestic animals thrive for generations to come.