Reconnecting with the Wild

Reconnecting with the Wild

With 50% of the world’s animal species lost in the last 40 years, and the possibility of all large marine life disappearing by 2050, many of the world’s most iconic animals—including the elephant—are facing a grim future, driven to the edge by man’s insatiable and unsustainable appetite for wildlife products.

Esteemed speakers from the Elephant Society and Sean Lee-Davies, Founder of Project C:Change will share how they work to raise awareness for the plight of elephants and rhinos as well as other endangered species in Africa, and to push for the end of the ivory and rhino horn trade in Hong Kong and beyond.


  • Daniel Ole Sambu, Maasai Warrior, Community Liaison Officer for Big Life
  • Jamie Gaymer, Head of Wildlife and Security at Ol Jogi Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya
  • Sean Lee-Davies, Founder of Project C:Change

Date:       November 23, 2015 (Monday)
Time:      7pm – 8:30pm
Venue:   LE1, Library Extension Building, The University of Hong Kong


Presented by:

The Elephant Society
Project C:Change
Chi Sun College

Photo by Sean Lee-Davies