Monthly Archives: November 2010

Rhino slaughter in South Africa is driven by educated, white, rich people

A shocking new trend is threatening South Africa’s rhinos. Over 260 individual rhinos have been killed¬† thyis year alone, that’s twice the number killed last year. Why? For their horns. Who buys it? The Chinese and Vietnamese. I interviewed Esmond Martin about this shocking news. He knows what is happening and what can be done […]

Is Mammoth ivory guilt free?

Despite an global ban on international trade in elephant ivory, elephants continue to be slaughtered in Africa and Asia, because the demand for trinkets and jewelry continues to grow, especially in the far east.¬† I had the pleasure of conducting an in-depth discussion with Esmond Martin on the findings of his recent research with his […]