1. God's Ivory

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    Despite the CITES Treaty of 1989, banning the global trade in ivory and rhino horn, the illegal business of killing elephants and maiming rhinos continues. Following a three year project into the subject, Brent Stirton reveals the motivations behind his latest work and exposes the place religion occupies in the demand, and continuation, of the trade. To view the full story visit: http://journal.reportagebygettyimages.com/#!/issues/issue-2/gods-ivory/ Photography: Brent Stirton Reporting & Video: Bryan Christy Multimedia Production: Andrew Hida Archival Photography: Tom Stoddart Music: Getty Images Music With thanks to National Geographic Magazine A Reportage by Getty Images Production

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    • CNN Marketplace Africa - Saving South Africa's wildlife

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      As incidents of rhino poaching reach unprecedented levels in South Africa, CNN Marketplace Africa asks what can be done to protect the country's wildlife heritage. "If we can't save one of the big five - Africa's most charismatic species - what chance have we of protecting the smaller, less charismatic, more vulnerable species?" says Andrew Parker, the CEO of Sabi Sands, South Africa's oldest private reserve. He believes that conservationists were "caught napping" by criminal syndicates and are now paying the price. Private and national game parks are facing off against "highly ingenious" and "dangerous" criminal syndicates, says Julian Rademeyer, the author of Killing for Profit - Exposing the wildlife trade . The poachers recruited in villages surrounding conservation areas are little more than cannon-fodder, prepared to kill and die for a few kilogrammes of rhino horn. The syndicate bosses, who remain untouchable in countries like Laos, Vietnam and China, reap ever-increasing returns for very little risk. And, unless something can be done to slow the killing, the only places where we will be able to see rhinos in the near future is in zoos. Visit: http://edition.cnn.com/CNNI/Programs/marketplace.africa/

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      • God's Ivory - Trailer

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        Despite the CITES Treaty of 1989, banning the global trade in ivory and rhino horn, the illegal business of killing elephants and maiming rhinos continues. Following a three year project into the subject, Brent Stirton reveals the motivations behind his latest work and exposes the place religion occupies in the demand, and continuation, of the trade. To view the full story visit: http://vimeo.com/65073709/ Photography: Brent Stirton Reporting & Video: Bryan Christy Multimedia Production: Andrew Hida Archival Photography: Tom Stoddart Music: Getty Images Music With thanks to National Geographic Magazine A Reportage by Getty Images Production

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        • On Patrol

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          Patrolling the miombo forests of Mareja is a fulltime job for the eight community rangers employed to protect the Mareja reserve. On patrol with the guards, we encounter signs of poachers and the elephant carcasses they leave behind. For the full story, purchase the iBook for iPad please at iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/counting-the-dead/id665166192?ls=1 Learn more here: http://countingthedead.com/

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          • Morning Live with Leane Manas

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            Julian Rademeyer discusses Killing for Profit with Leane Manas on SABC 2.

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            • Wildlife Cop

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              A 1995 portrait of wildlife police officer Paul Henery who is also an award winning wildlife artist. Shortly after he was named Wildife Police Officer of the year for his sucess in combatting wildlife crime, Paul's job was axed by Northumbria Police, possiby under political pressure from the landed interests targeted by Paul for their collusion in raptor persecution.

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              • Saving Big Cats:Stopping the Trade

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                An awareness film for Tibetan's to encourage them to stop using big cat skins - nominee in the Wildscreen 2006 awards

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                • Li Bing Bing: Rhinos Under Threat

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                  2012 was the deadliest year for rhinos since record-taking began. Introduced by Chinese actress and UNEP Goodwill Ambassador, Li Bingbing, Rhinos Under Threat follows the poaching chain from Africa to Vietnam and highlights the devastation of a species and the livelihoods that depend on these iconic animals.

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                  • Li Bing Bing: Rhinos Under Threat

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                    2012年是有记录以来猎杀犀牛最惨烈的一年。由著名演员、联合国环境署亲善大使李冰冰推介(并提供中文旁白)的《犀牛危机》追踪从非洲到越南的偷猎、走私链,并聚焦这一标志性物种所蒙受的厄运以及与其息息相关并赖以生存的那些非洲人的生计。

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