Monday, March 24, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT) New York, NY
This is the second event in our series on the African elephant. On February 25th, we hosted an expert panel with Chelsea Clinton, United Nations Ambassador Manongi from Tanzania, filmmaker John Heminway, investigative reporter Bryan Christy and scientist Dr. Josh Ginsberg. The panelists shared with us the current state of the species, the politics of poaching, as well as what each of us can and should be doing to keep elephants with us on our shared planet.
On March 24th, please join us for a conversation with Beverly and Derek Joubert, National Geographic Explorers-in-Residences, who have been living in the wild amongst the elephants for 30 years. They are our most importnat witnesses to the poaching industry and the current state of the African elephant populations. And they are our greatest storytellers for capturing the beauty and personality of these majestic animals.
Tickets are $35; proceeds go to our mission market partner, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Have questions about living with elephants: stories from the wild with Beverly and Derek Joubert? Contact abc home