Listen online to Tusk's 2012 Conservation Lecture

Posted: Dec 42012

The annual Tusk Conservation Lecture, supported by AMEX, was a sell out this year with standing room only at the Royal Geographical Society in London. Two of the world’s leading conservationists, and experts on the subject, Ian Craig and Steve Trent took to the stage to deliver an impassioned and fascinating lecture.

Their hard-hitting talk, hosted by broadcaster and journalist Kate Silverton, highlighted the alarming escalation in poaching of elephant and rhino across the African continent and the driving forces behind it.

Click here to listen to the lecture online.

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