The lasting legacy of Esmond Bradley Martin hosted by The Royal Geographical Society on Monday 3 April

Dear Pachyderm Readers,   For those who missed the Royal Geographical Society event live, where we remembered Esmond Bradley Martin and his work investigating the rhino horn and ivory trade, and about his award, with his first award given to Dr Paula Kahumbu on 3 April,  here is the link to the recording:  3 April MNL.mp4

Following the awarding of the Prize, was a lively panel discussion titled 'Informing action: Esmond B. Martin's legacy in tackling the illegal wildlife trade', which was led by Gillian Burke and with contributions from Dr Chris Thouless, Dr Lucy Vigne and Professor Bhaskar Vira.

  Best wishes   Lucy Vigne Communications task force / working group