Save Elephants in Vietnam from Extinction

With China's demand for ivory fueling poaching of the elephant (both the Asian and the Africian elephant), elephant populations in Vietnam have plummeted from 2,000 in 1990, to only a few dozen left in 2012.

They are now critically endangered, and without intervention from China the elephant may soon be extinct in some parts of the world

We ask China to put a moratorium on elephant ivory immediately.

SOURCE: http://www.care2.com/causes/only-a-few-dozen-elephants-left-in-vietnam-video.html

Mr. Xiaosong Zheng
Director General
Ministry of Finance - International Department
Sanlihe Xicheng District
Beijing - 100820
China
Tel: + 8610 6855 1122
Fax: 011 8610 6855 1125
EMail: xs.zheng@mof.gov.cn

Ms. Jiandi Ye
Deputry Director
Ministry of Finance
IFI Division III International Department San Li He St. Xichengqu
Beijing - 100820
China
Tel: + 86 10 6855-1171
Fax: 011 86 10 6855 1125
EMail: jdye@mof.gov.cn

With China's demand for ivory fueling poaching of the elephant (both the Asian and the Africian elephant), elephant populations in Vietnam have plummeted from 2,000 in 1990, to only a few dozen left in 2012.


They are now critically endangered, and without intervention from China the elephant may soon be extinct in some parts of the world


We ask China to put a moratorium on elephant ivory immediately.


SOURCE: http://www.care2.com/causes/only-a-few-dozen-elephants-left-in-vietnam-video.html

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