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Title: Global ivory trade has been banned for decades, so why are there still stockpiles?
Author(s): Lee, Phyllis C
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Issue Date: 17-Jan-2014
Date Deposited: 1-Jul-2016
Publisher: The Conversation Trust
Citation: Lee PC (2014) Global ivory trade has been banned for decades, so why are there still stockpiles?. The Conversation. 17.01.2014.
Abstract: First paragraph: China is the most recent nation to destroy its ivory stockpile. It is the world’s largest market for illegal ivory, and the move is welcome news for threatened elephant populations. Read article on The Conversation website:
Type: Newspaper/Magazine Article
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