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Crawford Allan, Senior Director, Wildlife Crime July, 2020
The world’s most endangered species are under threat from an unexpected source—the Internet. Increased connectivity across the globe, combined with a growing middle class and rising buying power has made purchasing illegally obtained wildlife and wildlife products like elephant ivory, tiger cubs, and pangolin scales as easy as click, pay, ship. Join us to hear from Crawford Allan, Senior Director of Wildlife, about how WWF is working alongside the world’s biggest e-commerce, technology, and social media companies to shut down illegal wildlife trafficking online.