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Fundraising

Run, swim, cycle, climb or bake to help fund EIA’s work!

Ever wondered if you’ve got what it takes to run, swim or cycle for charity? Maybe you want to do all three? Well, I’m here to tell you how! By signing up to a sporting event for EIA, not only will you be pushing yourself to achieve personal goals and get fit in the process, […]

Time for a fresh look at our Investigator magazine?

AS well as communicating the findings of our investigations to enforcement agencies and government contacts, a key aspect of EIA’s work throughout the year is to share that information with our supporters and the wider population. There are a variety of ways we do this, from issuing press releases to both traditional media and online […]

Getting graphic to show the scale of environmental crime

 . Most of you will have heard about the poaching of tigers, elephants and rhinos, the trade in the body parts and skins of endangered wildlife, illegal logging, deforestation and oil palm plantations. Such issues are often visualised as individual campaigns, but the true global scale of wildlife and forest crime doesn’t become apparent until […]

Why it’s so important to spread awareness to youth

The protection of endangered species is a cause which has always been close to my heart. I distinctly remember watching a powerful and emotional documentary a few years ago called Lost Land of the Tiger, in which a team of conservationists undertook an extensive search for tigers in Bhutan. The determination to track these wonderful […]

EIA bids a fond farewell to head of fundraising Janet

Friday was my last day at EIA. After nearly five years, I have decided to move on to new challenges in a very different field but I know that I will never be far away from the EIA family. Working as Head of Fundraising here has been quite a roller coaster – as the wise […]

A day of fun in the sun at Greens on the Green!

We came, we set up, we partied in the park! After months of preparation, we are delighted to report that EIA’s Greens on the Green free summer festival was a big success. Hundreds of people dropped in to London’s Islington Green during the course of a long, hot and utterly perfect summer’s day on Saturday. […]

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