JetBlue, LiveAuctioneers, Ralph Lauren and Others to Help Stop Wildlife Crime

Three years ago, it would have been easy to find a place to buy elephant ivory….
The U.S. Wildlife Trafficking Alliance, a coalition of nonprofits and companies, announced Thursday that in honor of World Wildlife Day, more than a dozen companies or organizations have committed to help combat wildlife trafficking by eliminating illicit products from the supply chain, telling others to do the same, or educating the public….
Along with commitments made today by Google and, fashion retailer Ralph Lauren has promised to beef up its illegal wildlife product policies and share the problem with the American Apparel and Footwear Association. High end jewelry shop Tiffany & Co. and Signet Jewelers, owner of Zales, Kay Jewelers, and Jared, also said they’ll spread the word to other retailers…..