A possible example of good coming out of a public shaming. Delta bans Big Game trophies in the Cecil the Lion aftermath.
The airline announced on Monday that it would ban the shipment of all lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros and buffalo trophies worldwide as freight.
The move comes weeks after Cecil, a popular male lion beloved by tourists and locals in Zimbabwe, was lured from a national park and killed by Walter Palmer, a Minnesota dentist and hunter.
Delta said it may extend the ban to cover other animals. news
Noting this because the question of whether good comes out of shaming comes up. It sometimes does, perhaps, though things like this seem small bore change.
In general, shame is dangerous. See Why Shame Doesn’t Work