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Wednesday
Dec132017

Demand under the Ban – China Ivory Consumption Research (2017)

Document (PDF: 7.48 MB)(December 2017) TRAFFIC and WWF. Following the announcement of the ban on commercial processing and trade in elephant ivory by China's State Council on 30 December 2016. TRAFFIC and WWF then commissioned GlobeScan to conduct this largest-ever ivory consumer research in China. This research seeks to discover the nature of ivory consumption in 15 surveyed cities in China, to understand consumers’ perception towards the ivory ban and to assess effective messaging and mechanisms for demand reduction.