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Will Hong Kong destroy huge ivory stockpile following

2014-1-9  Hong Kong CNN —. Conservationists are optimistic Hong Kong will move to destroy its huge stockpile of confiscated ivory believed to be one of the world’s biggest following China’s

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Hong Kong To Destroy Ivory Stockpile, But Will It Curb

2014-2-17  "China is the major international black market for ivory," says Lucy, speaking in her family's apartment overlooking Hong Kong's Repulse Bay. "If they can manage to destroy their ivory

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Hong Kong mulls following China to destroy ivory stockpile

2014-1-8  Hong Kong mulls following China to destroy ivory stockpile A worker throws a piece of ivory into a machine to be crushed during a public event in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong province on

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Hong Kong to Destroy More Than 30 Tons of Ivory

2014-1-30  Following in the footsteps of China and the United States, conservation officials in Hong Kong announced that they will destroy their stockpile of confiscated ivory. Jan. 29, 2014, 5:15 PM UTC

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Hong Kong to Destroy Huge Seized Ivory Stockpile

2014-1-24  Hong Kong says it plans to destroy most of its huge stockpile of confiscated illegal ivory. Thursday’s decision comes after similar action by mainland China, the US and the Philippines. Conservation groups had urged the government to destroy the stockpile to send a strong sign that it’s serious about cracking down on the black market trade

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Hong Kong To Incinerate Huge Ivory Stockpile

2014-1-24  HONG KONG, China, January 24, 2014 (ENS) The Hong Kong government has decided to destroy one of the world’s largest ivory stockpiles as a deterrent to poachers who kill

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Hong Kong to Destroy More Than 30 Tons of Ivory

2014-1-29  Following in the footsteps of China and the United States, conservation officials in Hong Kong announced that they will destroy their stockpile of confiscated ivory. Hong Kong will start burning more than 30 tons (28 tonnes) of elephant tusks and other ivory products in the first half of 2014, but the disposal of the massive hoard might not be complete for another two years, officials said

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Hong Kong to destroy stockpile of contraband ivory CNN

2014-1-24  Hong Kong says it will destroy most of its huge stockpile of contraband ivory in a move hailed by conservationists as a significant step in combating the illegal trade in elephant tusks. Some 28

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Hong Kong a step closer to destroying ivory stockpile

2014-1-12  "Hong Kong has a very, very big role to play because if they destroy all 33 tonnes of ivory in its stockpile, it will be unprecedented, as that amount has never been destroyed," Gabriel said.

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Ivory Stockpiles: Will Destroying Them Really Help Stop

2014-2-18  Now, Tanzania is set to destroy $50 million of ivory stockpile, following the lead of the US, France, Hong Kong, and China. The US is also taking steps to further restrict ivory trade, banning the import, export, and resale of ivory, and imposing more stringent guidelines for the sale of antique ivory.

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Will Hong Kong destroy huge ivory stockpile following

2014-1-9  Hong Kong CNN —. Conservationists are optimistic Hong Kong will move to destroy its huge stockpile of confiscated ivory believed to be one of the world’s biggest following China’s

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Hong Kong To Destroy Ivory Stockpile, But Will It Curb

2014-2-17  "China is the major international black market for ivory," says Lucy, speaking in her family's apartment overlooking Hong Kong's Repulse Bay. "If they can manage to destroy their ivory, it kind of

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Hong Kong mulls following China to destroy ivory stockpile

2014-1-8  Hong Kong mulls following China to destroy ivory stockpile A worker throws a piece of ivory into a machine to be crushed during a public event in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong province on

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Hong Kong to Destroy More Than 30 Tons of Ivory

2014-1-30  Following in the footsteps of China and the United States, conservation officials in Hong Kong announced that they will destroy their stockpile of confiscated ivory. Jan. 29, 2014, 5:15 PM UTC

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Hong Kong to Destroy Huge Seized Ivory Stockpile

2014-1-24  Hong Kong says it plans to destroy most of its huge stockpile of confiscated illegal ivory. Thursday’s decision comes after similar action by mainland China, the US and the Philippines. Conservation groups had urged the government to destroy the stockpile to send a strong sign that it’s serious about cracking down on the black market trade

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Hong Kong to Destroy 30-Ton Ivory Stockpile WSJ

2014-1-24  Hong Kong's government said it would destroy its 30-ton stockpile of seized elephant ivory, one of the largest in the world, following similar moves in the U.S. and China.

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Hong Kong To Incinerate Huge Ivory Stockpile

2014-1-24  HONG KONG, China, January 24, 2014 (ENS) The Hong Kong government has decided to destroy one of the world’s largest ivory stockpiles as a deterrent to poachers who kill

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Hong Kong to Destroy More Than 30 Tons of Ivory

2014-1-29  Following in the footsteps of China and the United States, conservation officials in Hong Kong announced that they will destroy their stockpile of confiscated ivory. Hong Kong will start burning more than 30 tons (28 tonnes) of elephant tusks and other ivory products in the first half of 2014, but the disposal of the massive hoard might not be complete for another two years, officials said

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Hong Kong a step closer to destroying ivory stockpile

2014-1-12  "Hong Kong has a very, very big role to play because if they destroy all 33 tonnes of ivory in its stockpile, it will be unprecedented, as that amount has never been destroyed," Gabriel said.

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Ivory Stockpiles: Will Destroying Them Really Help Stop

2014-2-18  Now, Tanzania is set to destroy $50 million of ivory stockpile, following the lead of the US, France, Hong Kong, and China. The US is also taking steps to further restrict ivory trade, banning the import, export, and resale of ivory, and imposing more stringent guidelines for the sale of antique ivory.

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Hong Kong Announces World's Biggest Ivory Burn

2014-1-25  Email. Twenty-eight tons of Hong Kong's elephant ivory will soon go up in flames—the largest stockpile ever burned, the semi-autonomous Chinese region announced Thursday. The decision makes Hong

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Hong Kong to burn one of Asia’s major stockpiles of ivory

2014-1-23  One ton of the stockpile would be kept for legitimate uses, such as enforcement and education. “Many countries, including mainland China, have done this,” said Chan Yiu-keung, a senior official of Hong Kong’s Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, referring to the destruction of ivory.

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In Hong Kong, Kids Take Action to Stop the Illegal Ivory

2014-4-24  On January 23, the Hong Kong government announced its intention to destroy 95 percent (28 tons) of its almost 30-ton ivory stockpile. Slated for May 15, this will be the world's largest ivory

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China’s ivory ban opens questions about its massive legal

2017-1-7  Hong Kong plans to close its legal ivory trade by 2021, but environmentalists worry the traders will unload tusks there until the market is phased out. East Asia isn’t alone. The U.S. and Europe

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Hong Kong's Ivory Stockpile TIME

2013-11-18  When it crushed six tons of confiscated ivory on Thursday, authorities in the United States ensured that it had no chance of ending up in the wrong hands. Hong Kong, which seized more ivory between January and October this year than the U.S. has in the past twenty-five years, has yet to take the same precautions and the continued existence of its stockpile of confiscated ivory

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Hong Kong to introduce measures to fight ivory poaching

2016-1-13  Hong Kong will introduce tougher legislation to tackle ivory poaching from elephants in Africa, Chief Executive CY Leung says.

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China's Ivory Ban Opens Questions About Its Massive

2017-1-8  Scialla writes: On the surface, China's complete ban of ivory sales seems to fulfill a 2015 pledge made with the U.S. to end the ivory trade. But so far, Beijing hasn't released details on what will happen with the nation's massive legal and illegal stockpiles. The government alone maintains an estimated 20 to 30 tons of ivory.

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Hong Kong to introduce measures to fight ivory poaching

2016-1-13  Hong Kong will introduce tougher legislation to tackle ivory poaching from elephants in Africa, Chief Executive CY Leung has said. Mr Leung said Hong Kong would ban the import and export of

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Singapore crushes ivory stockpile to end illegal wildlife

2020-8-12  Large-scale poaching prompted China, UK, U.S. and many other countries to ban ivory trade. "The Hong Kong government should also incinerate its huge 211-kilogram stockpile of seized rhino horn to prevent it from entering the market," Alex Hofford, an

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Belgium Crushes Ivory As Momentum Against Illegal Trade

2014-4-10  Finally, Hong Kong announced it will carry out a series of burns to destroy its enormous supply. China's ivory crush was a real milestone; because it is widely known as the planet's most populous country and because of its swelling middle class, China is a huge consumer of wildlife products, especially ivory.

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