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Sharing the skills needed to empower local campaigners

I am roused from my jet-lagged slumber by a particularly loud horn as a truck passes a little too closely on slowly rising road. I work out I’ve managed to achieve 15 minutes of sleep but already the air feels cooler. We are on our way to a former French hill station in the north […]

Are you ready to go plastic bag free for the oceans?

Next Thursday, July 3, is International Bag Free Day, part of the Bag Free World initiative which is seeking to eliminate single-use plastic bags. EIA, as part of our work to tackle the issue of marine debris and its negative impacts on ocean environments, is asking people not just to go plastic bag free for […]

Retailers have a key role in countering global warming

As major international retailers and manufacturers met in Paris this week for the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) Global Summit 2014, EIA campaigners at the event stressed the importance of its members publicly reaffirming their commitment to begin phasing out climate-destroying refrigerants and to announce the steps they intend to take towards this objective. This call […]

Iceland’s brutal hunting of endangered whales resumes

Conservation groups condemn resumption of Iceland’s brutal hunt of endangered whales   LONDON: Conservation groups are calling on the International Whaling Commission (IWC) and its member governments to condemn Iceland’s commercial whale hunt following confirmation that the Icelandic whaling company Hvalur hf has killed yet another endangered fin whale. The whale was killed off Iceland’s […]

EIA & The Black Fish work to end illegal drift netting

. EIA has been working with fellow NGO The Black Fish to focus greater international attention on the destructive practice of illegal drift netting and its impacts on whales, dolphins and porpoises. At their peak in the 1990s, driftnet fisheries were estimated to be killing up to 10,000 cetaceans each year in the Mediterranean alone. […]

Cycling the wilds of Norfolk to help fight wildlife crime!

For me, there’s no better way to enjoy the summer countryside than by bike – on a pretty flat road! This August Bank Holiday (August 24), EIA has been chosen as the charity for the annual Fakenham 50 cycle ride in Norfolk, in association with British Cycling. It will be an amazing opportunity to enjoy […]

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