UN Environmental Assembly: poaching a pressing issue

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Delegates from around the world are gathering in Kenya for the first United Nations Environment Assembly meeting. CCTV’s Kofa Mrenje reports from Nairobi.

The delegates are discussing ways to solve some of the planet’s most pressing environmental challenges. The agenda includes a wide range of issues such as air pollution, the state of the apes and plastic waste in the ocean, but the largest mission is tackling the issue of poaching.

UN Environmental Assembly: poaching a pressing issue

UN Environmental Assembly: poaching a pressing issue

Delegates from around the world are gathering in Kenya for the first United Nations Environment Assembly meeting. The largest mission at the assembly meeting? Poaching. CCTV's Kofa Mrenje reports from Nairobi.

Susan Lieberman, the Executive Director of Conservation Policy at the Wildlife Conservation Society, joined CCTV’s Mike Walter for more insight on the issue of poaching.

Susan Lieberman on the issue of poaching

Susan Lieberman on the issue of poaching

Susan Lieberman, the Executive Director of Conservation Policy at the Wildlife Conservation Society, joined CCTV's Mike Walter for more insight on the issue of poaching.