We are in the midst of a poaching crisis. More than 100 elephants are killed every day by impovrished humans turned poachers trying to make a livelihood selling elephant ivory, meat, and body parts to wealthy buyers. But, more than 5 years ago Chinese leadership banned the sale and purchase of ivory, more than halving the number of interested buyers in China in just a few years’ time. How does China’s stance on ivory continue to affect consumption and conservation?
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