WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT STAE

STAE IS A YOUNG ORGANISATION BUT HAS ALREADY ATTRACTED THE ATTENTION AND SUPPORT OF LEADING ORGANISATIONS INVOLVED IN ANIMAL WELFARE, THE ENVIRONMENT, POLITICS AND BUSINESS. HERE ARE SOME:

 

I am delighted to see the efforts STAE is taking to ensure that ‘elephant tourism’ is truly humane. STAE’s efforts in this regard to persuade the British government on the one hand and the Indian government on the other to achieve this much needed reform deserves all praise.

Dr S Chinny Krishna, BTech, MTech, PhD – Vice-Chairman of the Animal Welfare Board of India, Chairman Emeritus of the Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations and co-founder and former Chairman of the Blue Cross of India

STAE undertakes highly important work in identifying and addressing the deplorable conditions facing Asian elephants today. These include habitat loss and abject exploitation in the tourist trade, factors threatening the elephants’ very survival in the wild.  World Elephant Day wholeheartedly commends STAE’s endeavors and appeals to elephant lovers everywhere to support STAE’s work.

Patricia Sims, Co-Founder, and Anne Dillon, Communications Director – World Elephant Day

STAE’s drive and commitment to this incredibly important venture for the Asian elephants is obvious and we applaud the policies STAE has put in place.

Fitzpatrick Referrals (the veterinary practice of Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, TV’s Supervet)

I support unreservedly the aims and means of Duncan McNair and his distinguished colleagues at STAE to influence for the good the desperate plight of Asian elephants, and the thoughtful way in which they are addressing these issues.

Philip Lymbery, Chief Executive Officer – Compassion in World Farming

 

I and my colleagues admire the immensely important and innovative work being undertaken by Save The Asian Elephants in its policy of mobilising opinion to help protect and preserve elephants across South East Asia, and the integrity they are showing in this endeavour.  We wish them all ongoing success in this crucial venture.

David Canavan, Acting Chief Executive  – Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

 

It is very good of STAE to make the Conservative Party aware of their thoughts. The Conservative Party is extremely concerned about the long-term prospects for this magnificent creature’s survival. Tackling this remains a priority issue for the UK Government.

Office of the Party Chairman, Conservative Party (May 2015)

 

I am proud to support Save The Asian Elephants’ campaign to end the terrible cruelty and appalling conditions suffered by the beautiful Asian elephant.  STAE is a vital organisation, doing tremendous work to inform the public of the plight of these elephants whilst pressuring government and politicians to take action. The humane treatment of all animals should be the benchmark for any civilised society.

Kerry McCarthy MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

 

We applaud the aims of Save The Asian Elephants and wish it well in its efforts to protect this magnificent but endangered species.

The Baroness Parminter, Spokesperson on DEFRA matters in the House of Lords, Liberal Democrat Party

 

The Green Party of England and Wales wholeheartedly supports Save The Asian Elephants.  We welcome the opportunity to work with them.

Richard Mallender – Chair, Green Party of England and Wales

An orphanage for baby elephants in Sri Lanka

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