A global wildlife trade ban is the only way to end animal cruelty and protect our health

Macaques, bats and civets at Jatinegara market in Jakarta, Indonesia. Credit: World Animal Protection / Aaron Gekoski

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Hi, I’m Steve McIvor — the CEO at World Animal Protection. I’ve lead projects and partnerships in around 40 countries around the globe to protect animals.

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Steve McIvor

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Hi, I’m Steve McIvor — the CEO at World Animal Protection. I’ve lead projects and partnerships in around 40 countries around the globe to protect animals.

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