Creative conservationist, and National Geographic Explorer Asher Jay is saving the world’s threatened wildlife with creativity. Her cause-driven art, sculpture, design installations, films, and advocacy advertising campaigns bring attention to everything from oil spills and dolphin slaughters to shrinking tiger populations and the trade in rhino horn. Much of her best-known work spotlights the illegal ivory trade. Tackling issue after issue, Jay’s projects have become global sensations, yet her ultimate goal is to motivate the one person she believes holds the real power to determine nature’s fate. You.
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