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The Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum 2016 is a result of our successful deliberations at the 3rd Asian Elephants in the Wild Conferences and 4th Balipara Foundation Awards. We have realized that our scope of conversations needs to broaden to include other powerful drivers of the issues at hand, these include, climate change, development, depletion of essential natural resources like water and the overwhelming influence of technology and culture on successful conservation efforts.We will continue to use the Asian Elephant as a mascot of our efforts but by broadening the conversation and expanding the stakeholders at the table we hope to create a larger conservation footprint.
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The release of Black Ivory Stout on February 22 brings together a world-renowned brewer and the producer of the most exclusive coffee on the planet to raise money for the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation. 

Here’s something you don’t see every day – the producer of the world’s most exclusive and expensive coffee teaming up with one of the world’s most respected and distinguished craft beer brewers in Bangkok to support Thai elephants.

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The small Himalayan country caught between China in the north and India to the south, has been able to achieve 365 days of zero poaching twice: in 2011 for rhinos, and for 12 months ending February 2014, for rhinos, tigers and elephants.
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We MarchAgainstExtinction and demand our governments take action to STOP the poaching of elephants and rhinos and END the trade in ivory and rhino horn. More than 130 cities around the world participated in the 2015 Global March for Elephants and Rhinos. “According to experts, these marches keep political pressure on leaders to protect the world’s largest land animal.”

Global march

 

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Kartick Satyanarayan and Geeta Seshamani, co-founders of Wildlife SOS, India’s renowned animal welfare organization, will present their second annual lecture on the plight of the Indian elephant and the work of Wildlife SOS today, on Sunday, September 25, 2016 at Greenwich Country Day School, Lower School, 401 Old Church Rd from 2:00 – 3:30 pm.

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