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China | Study shows that national ban on ivory trade has cut, but not eliminated, consumption

When China banned all commercial trade in elephant ivory and shuttered its domestic ivory markets at the end of 2017, conservationists applauded the measure. But they also warned that if China’s neighbors didn’t take similar action, the ivory trade would simply shift to those countries.


New research finds that those concerns were absolutely justified, though China’s ivory ban has had some decidedly positive impacts all the same.


https://news.mongabay.com/2018/10/new-research-measures-impacts-of-chinas-elephant-ivory-trade-ban/

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