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I was a Dog in Isiolo -- The Chinese, Roads, Steam, Rhinos, Elephants and Ivory| 22mins
Director: Richard Brock | Producer: Richard Brock
Focus Years: 2014 | Country: United Kingdom
Subject Tags: africa, animals as friends, economies, europe, globalization, united kingdom
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
The latest about the greatest wildlife threat of our time. Urgent and unusual, this short film tracks the trail of illegal elephant ivory and rhino horn and searches for solutions from Richard Brock. Sadly, one truth about important and negative news stories is that, as the media continues to report them, they have a decreasing impact, verging on rejection: so-called "fatigue". A classic example is climate change. It is, also, I believe, true of the elephant ivory and rhino horn tragedies and the public are so used to hearing or seeing about that they are increasingly dismissed... "Oh, I know about that. Isn't it terrible." And on to the next, new, story. So I made "I was a dog in Isiolo" in an effort to overcome that elephant and rhino fatigue. However many statistics you ventilate, however many mauled elephants or rhinos you show (and many people don't want to see those anyway), the information is diluted in the flood of today's media. "Dog" tries to overcome this. By tracking "The Chinese Connection," where dogs are eaten in Isiolo in northern Kenya, we follow Chinese road builders north where they move from dogs to elephants, not to eat but to steal their tusks — ivory. Illegal poaching is bringing Kenya's elephants to their knees. Not only will the elephants suffer, but so will Kenya's vital tourism trade, as the wildlife is stolen by Chinese greed. All over Africa, "The Chinese Connection" is raping the resources from Angola to Zimbabwe in the name of 'progress'.
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I was a Dog in Isiolo -- The Chinese, Roads, Steam, Rhinos, Elephants and Ivory | 22mins

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