|Where:||The Royal Geographic Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR|
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Celebrating leading Kenyan conservationists ahead of the 2015 Tusk Conservation Awards On the evening of Tuesday 29th September, the British High Commissioner for Kenya, Dr Christian Turner CMG, hosted 170 guests at his Residence in Nairob More...
The Duke of Cambridge celebrates 25th Anniversary of Tusk with a global call to action The Duke of Cambridge, Royal Patron of Tusk Trust, this evening joined more than five hundred guests at Syon House for the charity’s 25th Annivers More...
Lessons to be learned from the loss of Cecil the Lion The extent of the international public outrage at the killing of Cecil the Lion by a US trophy hunter last week has been surprising, but not unwelcome. More...
Investigative journalist Bryan Christy is setting out on a groundbreaking mission to expose how the ivory trade funds some of Africa’s most notorious militias and terrorist groups. In Warlords of Ivory, produced by Tusk USA board member John Heminway, Christy works with one of the world’s top taxidermists to conceal a sophisticated GPS tracker inside an incredibly realistic faux ivory tusk. The fake ivory is then dropped in the heart of elephant poaching country and its movements monitored to track down the kingpins of the ivory trade.
|Where:||Crosby Street Hotel, New York|
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Tusk Projects Across Africa
Since its formation in 1990, Tusk has raised over £20 ($30) million for a wide range of projects across the continent.
Tusk currently supports 57 field projects in 18 African countries that not only work to protect wildlife, but also help to alleviate poverty through sustainable development and education amongst rural communities who live alongside the wildlife.