What the Botswana Elephant Killings tell us About our Relationship with Wildlife — Not Your Ordinary Entrepreneur

Earlier this month, National Geographic reported that only halfway through the 2018 elephant census being conducted by Elephants Without Borders for the government of Botswana, 87 elephants have been found dead. The majority were older males with large tusks – suspected of being poached for their ivory. It’s a shocking increase since the last survey, […]

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