In Kenya, 2,000 elephants might no longer be able to use a wildlife corridor that lets them travel among three national parks. The reason is the avocado. Kenya’s Avocado Exports On approximately 175 acres, near Kenya’s Amboseli National Park, KiliAco…
Attempts to encourage African wildlife conservation have changed incentives that affect African villagers and U.S. hunters.
A paradox explains why our concern for wildlife conservation might not extend to the charismatic animals we most care about.
Because of the price incentives that the market creates for the African ivory trade supply chain, elephant tusks move from the bush to the coast and beyond.