Video Period 25 mins 25 seconds
Zimbabwe pushes to promote its $600m stockpile as international locations in southern Africa again name to loosen up world ban.
Whilst dwindling elephant populations are below risk in lots of portions of the sector, it’s a distinct tale in southern Africa.
Zimbabwe particularly has observed numbers develop such a lot that it now says it’s suffering to regulate them.
It desires to promote its massive stockpile of ivory to lend a hand pay for higher conservation.
World industry has been banned since 1989.
Will lifting it inspire extra poaching?
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra
Tinashe Farawo, Spokesperson for Zimbabwe Nationwide Parks
Will Travers, Conservationist and president of the Born Loose Basis