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Vacancy: Campaigner (Global Environment)

Organisation: Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) Location: Islington, London Position Type: Paid, Full Time, permanent Salary:  £24,000 p.a. pro rata Application Closing Date: September 9, 2013 Interviews: W/C September 9, 2013 Website: www.eia-international.org Contact Name: Bill Dishington Contact Email: [email protected] Contact Phone: +44 (0) 20 7354 7960   Campaign Background: The Environmental Investigation agency (EIA) is […]

Conservation from the heart aboard the Frozen Ark

 . The Ark is film I directed, and which was shot by my talented brother Joel Redman and produced by the excellent Tim Lewis. In the face of rising extinction rates in animal species, The Frozen Ark Project aims to collect and save tissue containing DNA from creatures facing extinction and to store these valuable […]

NGO coalition urges Faroe Islands PM to end whaling

In response to the shocking slaughter of 267 pilot whales in Fuglafjørður, Faroe Islands, on July 30, following a kill of 125 the week before, a coalition of 13 international organisations including EIA have written to Faroe Islands Prime Minister Kaj Leo Holm Johannesen and Minister of Fisheries Jacob Vestergaard to register their extreme concern […]

Wild tigers can’t afford China’s half-baked commitments

. Last week, EIA campaigners were at an international workshop on the conservation of tigers and other wildlife, held in Kunming, China. It was organised by the State Forestry Administration of China (SFA), co-sponsored by organisations such as the Global Tiger Initiative (GTI) of the World Bank and WWF, and attended by all tiger range […]

Action alert: Tell Faroese Govt to end slaughter of whales

. Many were angered and distressed by our coverage last week of the two most recent mass killings of pilot whales in the Faroe Islands and subsequently contacted us for guidance as to how best and most effectively protest the slaughter. While there are a number of petitions regarding Farose whaling circulating on the internet, […]

Remembering the fallen on World Ranger Day 2013

. Too often, and too commonly, environmental crime is seen as a ‘victimless’ crime, a ‘softer, fluffier’ crime than, say, human trafficking, arms smuggling or the drugs trade. But the grim reality is that alongside the terrible toll taken on endangered species such as tigers, elephants and rhinos, the activities of highly organised transnational wildlife […]

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