Shopping Cart


Your shopping bag is empty

Go to the shop

Visiting a tiger farm in Southeast Asia—and what such places mean for wild tigers

Leigh Henry and her colleagues from WWF’s Tiger’s Alive team visited Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam to continue the work of ending the illegal tiger trade and phasing out tiger farms.

Two years after China bans elephant ivory trade, demand for elephant ivory is down

Two years ago this month, China took the monumental step of banning elephant ivory trade within the country. Dec. 31, 2017 was the last day it was legal to buy or sell ivory there. For elephant populations globally, and particularly in Africa, that had been devastated by a poaching epidemic in recent years, the ban was hailed as a game-changer. As Asia’s middle class expanded, rising demand for ivory carvings and jewelry helped drive a poaching crisis across Africa. More than 20,000 elephants annually are killed for their tusks.

Read more