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By the books: Green and sometimes pleasant reads

I don’t know where I’d be without books. Quite apart from the endless pleasures to be had from making new discoveries or returning to cherished texts, nothing makes such good use of the time swallowed up by the daily commute as reading (and with this country’s often-shambolic rail system as it is, nothing else so […]

Amazon whale meat campaign: going behind the scenes

What a difference a day makes. On Tuesday morning, we released our report Amazon.com’s Unpalatable Profits and launched our campaign to urge internet giant Amazon to remove all whale products from its wholly owned subsidiary Amazon Japan. To say the response was overwhelming is to put it mildly. Tens of thousands of people around the […]

Action alert: Tell Amazon to ban all whale products

Following the launch of our campaign to urge internet retailer Amazon to stop selling whale meat via its subsidiary Amazon Japan, the company has withdrawn all such products from sale. That’s an encouraging first step but doesn’t go far enough – we want the company to make a formal declaration that all whale, dolphin and […]

EIA hosts environmental crime panel in Bangkok

Many senior EIA campaigners are in Bangkok, Thailand, this week for the annual INTERPOL meeting on environmental crime, and to host a special EIA panel discussion on the issue. The event Environmental Crime in Asia – a Growing Threat will take place at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand on Wednesday, February 15 at 7pm […]

Customise your Facebook Timeline with an EIA banner!

As more Facebook users switch over to the new Timeline profile, they’re discovering just how tricky it can be to lay their hands on the right size of image for a page banner. By way of a modest thank-you to our members, followers and supporters everywhere, EIA would like to take the sweat out of […]

Have you seen our new films? Now tell us what you think!

Three new films following EIA investigators undercover around the world have now had their premiere screenings on either National Geographic Channel or Nat Geo Wild in the US, Asia and the UK, and are currently airing for the first time in Australia and New Zealand. It took a lot of preparation and work behind the […]

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