Riding an elephant features on many people’s bucket list when visiting Asia and, more recently, Africa. While some may consider riding on top of the largest land mammal to hold an air of romance, few recognize that this practice actually compromises the welfare of these magnificent animals and potentially places people at risk.
Wildlife conservation expert Adam M. Roberts “The Compassionate Conservationist” discusses travel and animal welfare, and how a new tourism consultancy, ANIMONDIAL, works in partnership with travel businesses, not-for-profit organisations (NGOs) and governments so that tourism brings greater protection to animals, their natural environments and the people that depend upon them.
This Big Blend Radio interview orginally aired live on BlogTalkRadio.com on Jan. 17, 2018.
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