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Elephants

Ronni’s passionate radio appeal for elephants and EIA

I love listening to Radio 4. As a child, I was raised on Just a Minute and I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue, and there’s something so comforting and reassuring about the lyrical poetry of the shipping forecast. These days I have very little time to listen but I’m still addicted to my Sunday morning […]

Crime, corruption & trade: why criminals’ thoughts matter

So, the 16th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) has concluded. EIA campaigners and friends from range states were at this massive meeting in Bangkok, working hard and calling on Parties to stop stimulating demand for ivory, Asian big cats and rosewood.     Campaigner Shruti has […]

CITES: Rhetoric and tiptoeing around elephant poaching

Given that the elephant poaching crisis was at the forefront of the minds of all at the 16th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to CITES as never before, what was actually done by CITES to stop the killing of elephants across Africa? The actual outcome was far short of what was expected and, […]

The Inside Story

A report urging that the attitudes and perceptions environmental criminals be taken into account by all stakeholders in environmental crime.  

Stop Stimulating Demand!

A briefing document prepared for CITES CoP16 urging decision-makers to end the confusion of murky policies, contradictory laws, inconsistent law enforcement, demand-stimulation efforts and grey markets which give environmental criminals incentives and opportunities for mingling illegal goods with legal ones.  

CITES missed opportunities for tigers, elephants & rhinos

  Press release jointly issued by the Environmental Investigation Agency, Wildlife Protection Society of India and Freeland   BANGKOK: The global treaty charged with ensuring wildlife is not commercially exploited to extinction[1] fell short of putting the breaks on poaching of elephants, tigers, and rhinos at its biannual meeting that closes today in Bangkok. Poaching […]

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