From ANIMAL PEOPLE, March 2006:
Ivory Markets of Europe:
A survey in France, Germany, Italy, Spain & the U.K.
by Esmond Martin & Daniel Stiles
Save the Elephants (P.O. Box 54667, 00200
Nairobi, Kenya), 2005. 104 pages, paperback.
No price listed.
Ivory Markets of Europe is the fourth and
perhaps most startling in a series of regional
reports on the elephant tusk ivory trade produced
by geographer Esmond Martin and anthropologist
Daniel Stiles since 2000.
Martin and Stiles began by looking at Africa, where most ivory originates.
They found that ivory artifacts are still
readily available at leading tourist
destinations, despite the 1989 ivory trade
moratorium imposed by the United Nations
Convention on International Trade in Endangered
Species. The source of most of the ivory still
available in Africa appears to be elephant