“SAA [South African Airlines] will no longer support game hunters by carrying their trophies back to their country of origin.” (http://news.mongabay.com/2015/0514-hance-saa-trophies.html)
Flying is scary enough without a lion’s head in the next seat.
“Beijing has extended a ban on outdoor barbecues to restaurants operating in some suburban areas as it tries to improve its notoriously poor air quality in case it wins the 2022 Winter Olympics. … The government blames them for contributing to smog, despite much public ridicule that dirty factories are more to blame.” (http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/05/07/us-china-olympics-smog-idUKKBN0NS04V20150507)
The decision is a boost for athletes on a sashimi diet.
“Fracking is set to be banned on two-fifths of the land in England being offered for shale gas exploration by the government. … A government source said: ‘Everyone still wants to get cracking, but they realise you have to take people with you and that is filtering through.'” (http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/feb/02/fracking-set-to-be-banned-from-40-of-englands-shale-areas)
Like Chinese whispers, the message filtering through to the government from the people is ‘crack off’.