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Take action to save the Elephants and Rhinos by signing petitions below.

Memorandum of Demand & Demand for Proposed Amendments

Instructions for delivery of Memorandum of Demand (MOD) and Proposed Amendment to Legislation for the South African Government (PALSA)

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Memorandum of Demand to China

We ask that the Chinese government recognize the strength of our global movement and the right of people everywhere in the world to have a say in what happens to our collective natural heritage. Help us end the ivory trade.

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U.S. Fisheries & Wildlife Service Ivory Crush Design Challenge : To burn the crushed Ivory and call off the design challenge

Let us band together and lend a voice to the voiceless, and truly ensure elephants a wild future that is not constantly threatened by the blood ivory trade. Ask yourself this: would you be comfortable with orbiting a design challenge around the remains of human victims from any mass murder or act of genocide? This is simply hypocritical, unethical and a completely counter productive measure to every effort taken thus far to end the trade in Ivory. Say no to the design challenge, help ensure their future.

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Introducing The Devil Wears Ivory

The Devil Wears Ivory has joined forces with the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos and demands an end to the ivory trade in Asia by saying to the world "The Devil Wears Ivory" *and* by demanding that China shuts down its carving factories. Visit www.devilwearsivory.com.

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Californians Will Sign for Earth's last Elephants

Californians will sign for Earth's last Elephants, saying NO! to Ivory. Sign the petition.

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Legend Jane Goodall inspires New Zealanders to save the elephants

A PETITION has just been lodged with the NEW ZEALAND government to ban all ivory trade.

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Action Email - The Fierce Urgency of Now

EMAIL the USFWS - ask the agency to stay the course and do more for Africa's iconic wildlife! MAINTAIN BANS! Disregard SCI's voodoo science!

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Letter to President Kikweke and the Tanzanian Parliament and Minister Mark Simmonds, UK; Demanding the destruction of Tanzania's ivory stockpiles.

Sirs! Crush your ivory stockpiles! Ivory Funds Terrorism and destabilizes the African continent. Please sign and share.

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Demand China Closes it's Ivory Carving Factories

The elephants of Africa are heading towards extinction. Tragically, one elephant is killed by a poacher every 15 minutes for its ivory. The rate of killing compared to natural population growth means the largest animal on Earth could soon become extinct.

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Ask the Minister of Environment to revoke the permits recently approved for the hunting of the iconic desert Elephants

Please sign and send this email to help the desert Elephants today. This email will be sent to Minister Herunga.

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Ask the Minister of Environment to revoke the permits recently approved for the hunting of the iconic desert Elephants

Please sign and send this email to help the desert Elephants today. This email will be sent to Mr Bezuidenhout.

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Stop China from Ivory Trade and Eradicate Poaching

A letter to President Obama urging help by providing additional resources, financial support and military aid to the Kenya Wildlife to combat these atrocities against our wildlife.

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Allow a Panel of External Elephant Experts to Examine Lucy

Lucy, a beautiful Asian elephant, arrived at the Valley Zoo on May 19, 1977. She came to Edmonton from the Pinnewala Orphanage in Sri Lanka.

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Stand Strong for Elephants

Every 15 minutes, on average, a poacher kills an elephant for its ivory tusks. You can help protect elephants by joining us in telling President Obama and Dan Ashe, Director of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to stand strong for elephants.

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African Parks is Marching October 4th, 2014

African Parks, in conjunction with its government partners, manages seven national parks and protected areas in Chad, Congo, Zambia, Malawi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Rwanda. Find out what African Parks is doing on the ground to protect Africa’s wildlife at www.african-parks.org and like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AfricanParks.

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Urgent Action for World Elephant Day, August 12th, for the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos

Please read and follow instructions.

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Help New Zealand Ban Ivory!

Send a letter to policy makers to crush New Zealand's ivory stockpile and implement legislation to ban and mitigate NZ's trade in ivory.

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