Energy & EnvironmentHawaii

Hawaii Lawmakers Want to Stop the Illegal Trade in Ivory

·By Manjari Fergusson

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Despite its small population, Hawaii is third — after New York and California — in consuming “white gold.”

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Manjari Fergusson

Manjari Fergusson is an intern for Civil Beat. You can follow her on Twitter at @ManjariDF.
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Discussion

Should Hawaii support the ivory trade, limit it or end it? Why is the market for ivory so large in Hawaii?