Kenya’s Ivory Burn Sends Clear, Striking Message

The legal sale and influx of ivory into two of Asia’s primary ivory markets, far from satiating demand, stimulated it, and stripped away any taboos associated with buying and owning ivory. Traffickers used the legal ivory systems in countries like China and Hong Kong to launder illegal ivory and steer it toward carving factories and shop floors.

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