Date Published

Elephant Census Recalls Gaps in Addressing Conflicts with Humans (India)
Nidhi Jamwal, The Wire

August 16, 2017

Africa: Making It Easier and Safer for Informants to Turn in Wildlife Criminals

William Funk, Ensia
August 28, 2017

Ancient ‘Monster’ Elephant Was 50 Percent Bigger Than Modern Cousins
Laura Geggel, Live Science

August 30, 2017
To catch a (wildlife) criminal Continuing our Female Leadership series, Life talks to Kanita Ouitavon, who founded the first wildlife forensic lab in the country (Thailand)

Bangkok Post
August 28, 2017


Ready for a mammoth task
S. Ravi (Dia Mirza), The Hindu

August 18, 2017
Daily News
August 16, 2017

Elephants are calling for help: Will you answer?
Claudia Sobrevila, World Bank

A picture is worth a thousand tusks (Myanmar)
Zonn Pann Pwint, Myanmar Times
August 18, 2017
World Elephant Day: A Year in Review
Elly Pepper, NRDC
August 11, 2017 

Phuket History: The lost wilderness of Phuket (Thailand)

Until the late 19th century, a thick cloak of jungle, often quite impenetrable, almost universally covered Phuket and the whole region.
Colin Mackay, Phuket News
August 27, 2017


Hillary meets Hillary

Lisa Chogyal, Nepali Times
August 18, 2017

“Say No to Ivory” campaign launched to protect elephants (Vietnam)

Vietnam Net
August 31, 2017–campaign-launched-to-protect-elephants.html


Wildlife Trafficking Is Big Business For Criminals, Even Here At Home (Canada)
Craig Kielburger, Huffington Post
August 10, 2017


Ellesmere Port MP backs ivory surrender initiative
David Norbury, Chester Chronicle

August 29, 2017

Jumbo: In the footsteps of Borneo’s mega celebrity

Daily Express
August 6, 2017

Forest guards not to wear red & white colour shirt, trousers as elephants have strong dislike (India)


August 13, 2017

Drones Now Protecting African Elephants Thanks to American Businessman’s Funding Prowess

Good News Network
August 16, 2017
SKAL Krabi announces fundraiser to aid establishment of elephant sanctuary
The Phuket News

Eliza Dedini seeks funds to help the plight of critically endangered Sumatran elephants
Bellingen Shire Courier-Sun
August 17, 2017

Amazing story: Tracking elephants across the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park
Biz News/Soundcloud
August 2017


Susan Sarandon’s desperate plea for orphans

Starts at 60

The LRA returns to Garamba National Park
Invisible Children

New genetic analyses help scientists rethink the elephant family tree
Sue Palminteri, Mongabay

August 3, 2017

13 women, 16 000 kms, 1 mission: to save the African elephant from extinction
Caryn Edwards, the South African
August 14, 2017


New Canaan Library Hosts Talk: From Villain to Hero: China’s Role in the Illegal Ivory Trade

Hamlet Hub
August 8, 2017

Changing Africa through conservation 
Clinton Moodley, IOL

August 8, 2017

Councilor’s house raided (Botswana)
Shingirai Madondo, The VoiceAugust 4, 2017

Myanmar is committed to looking after its elephant population
Dane Waters, Letter to editor, South China Morning Post
July 30, 2017

#DontLetThemDisappear: Amarula marks World Elephant Day with ‘ellie-less’ bottle
Helen Pawson, Brands Editor, The Moodie Davitt Report

August 7, 2017

Actress driven by conservation
IOL News
July 30, 2017

Prince Albert on His Surprising Neighbors — Sister Princess Stéphanie’s Elephants!: ‘She Takes Great Care of Them’
July 28, 2017


South African game ranger corps becoming an anti-poaching force – Molewa

August 2, 2017
The Dark Side of Ivory Prohibition
John Frederick Walker, TSS
August 3, 2017

Fade To Grey: Two hundred years ago there were an estimated 50,000 elephants in Laos. Now there are just 700. Albert Leeflang’s photographs document the last vestiges of a magnificent species. Words: Melody Kemp



Striking image of jumbos fleeing fire lit by villagers wins award
Times of India
August 20, 2017

Rare Pink Elephant caught on camera in South Africa
The Best Work You May Never See: Amarula Trust’s “Ivory Tracker” From FCB Cape Town
Robert Goldrich, Shoot
August 30, 2017

How A Jewelry Artist Is Using Her Creativity To Save Elephants In Africa
Anthony DeMarco, Forbes

August 12, 2017

Modi government not battling ‘ecological holocaust’: Book
August 3, 2017 
Chuck Russell to direct an Indian film (in elephant reserve) (Bangladesh)
Dhaka Tribune
July 31, 2017
Lenexa Filmmaker Shows Elephants And Coffee-Drinking Humans In A Complicated Relationship
Melissa Leno, KCUR
August 8, 2017