Either China does something, or we lose the elephants

More than 7 per cent of the world’s elephants were killed for their tusks in the space of a year – the “worst in history”, according to one researcher.

And with over 40 per cent of the ivory haul bound for China, the biggest market for tusks, Joyce Poole, co-director of conservation group Elephant Voices, is urging Beijing to step in and ban the trade.

Click here to read Jennifer Ngo’s article in the South China Morning Post