Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Tanzania - Lazaro Nyalandu

Within the lifetimes of our children, the African elephant may be extinct, hunted to death - such is the continued lure of ivory, despite international efforts to ban the ivory trade. In Tanzania, poachers have been killing an average of 30 elephants a day. The government there says it will end the slaughter. Hardtalk speaks to Lazaro Nyalandu, Tanzania’s minister for natural resources and tourism. Is human greed destined to kill off Africa’s elephants?

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Fri 28 Feb 2014 20:06 GMT