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Everyone Urged To Speak Up For Elephants In Global Public Consultation

PUBLIC CONSULTATION  – Federal government has launched a public consultation to hear feedback on proposed measures to restrict or end the elephant ivory trade! Please ‘Take Action’ and send in your letter.

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ReconAfrica: Elephanatics Letter to Canadian Government

ReconAfrica is a Canadian oil and gas company with rights to drill for oil in Namibia and Botswana. It is proven that the exploration of petroleum has routinely been accompanied by ecological harm, and has often been the pretext for conflicts. The exploration area in Namibia and Botswana borders three national parks, the Okavango River, and the Okavango Panhandle, which supplies water to the unique Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Read our letter to the Canadian government here: https://bit.ly/3pVh63M

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Schindlers Eco Forensics: Letter to Canadian Government: ReconAfrica

https://schindlersforensics.ai/eco-forensics-letter-to-the-canadian-government-in-re-reconafrica-kavango-oil-exploration/ …… Dear Sirs/Mesdames, RE: RECONAFRICA PETROLEUM EXPLORATION ACTIVITIES IN PEL NO. 73 KAVANGO BASIN, NAMIBIA The above matter refers. We, as Schindlers Attorneys, a law firm based in Johannesburg, South Africa, and Schindlers EcoForensics (“Schindlers”) a registered interested and…

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Where Have All the Elephants Gone? by Margaret Bear

We are very pleased to share an article written by Margaret Bear for BCnature magazine Spring edition 2021. Elephanatics was instrumental in assisting with information gathered for this article and we thank Margaret for her deep love and concern for…

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WED, APR 07, 2021 Elephant Advocacy with Elephanatics By: Kellie Diguangco Elephanatics Elephant Advocacy Elephants on Parade Middle Grade Monthly Theme year_2021 March was a special month for us. Not only was it OwlCrate Jr’s 4th anniversary, we got to celebrate some…

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Elephanatics presents – Ivory Is For Elephants – elephants and their importance to the global community and environment

The numbers are staggering as we learn that humanity is responsible for a decrease in animal populations worldwide of 68% in the past 50 years. The biggest issues facing the global community today are losses to biodiversity.

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