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11th Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture takes a look at life

Save the Rhino International and the Environmental Investigation Agency are collaborating once again to celebrate the unique talent of Douglas Adams, best known as author of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series and a genuine conservation enthusiast. Douglas Adams was a founder patron of Save the Rhino. He once joined us for a climb […]

Call to CITES: Stop Stimulating Demand

LONDON: The campaigning Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) is calling on international policy-makers to Stop Stimulating Demand for critically endangered species. The London-based NGO cautioned that conflicting decisions and top-level discussions regarding trades in the products of endangered species such as elephants, tigers and precious woods create consumer confusion and ultimately drive poaching/theft by criminals to […]

Policy Recommendations on the Proposal for an F-Gas Regulation

Suggested revisions to the EU F-Gas Regulation, jointly proposed by the Environmental Investigation Agency, the European Environmental Bureau, World Wide Fund for Nature and Climate Action Network Europe. .

Mozambique loses a fortune to illegal timber exports

Corruption in world’s fourth poorest country aids illegal logging & timber smuggling to China LONDON: Weak forest governance and corruption in Mozambique are facilitating illegal logging and timber smuggling to supply China’s voracious demand, costing the fourth least developed country in the world tens of millions in lost taxes annually. The new report First Class Connections: Log Smuggling, Illegal Logging […]

First Class Connections: Log Smuggling, Illegal Logging and Corruption in Mozambique

A report on the illegal flow of timber from Mozambique to China featuring detailed case studies revealing smuggling techniques, specific examples of corruption and the collusion of senior Mozambique politicians with Chinese timber exporters.   Download the report in Portuguese here.

EIA response to criticisms of Appetite for Destruction

In November 2012, EIA released Appetite for Destruction, a report detailing how China is now the world’s biggest importer and consumer of illegal timber, and exposing Chinese companies involved in securing illegal timber from supplier countries such as Mozambique, Myanmar and many others. The report can be downloaded in English here and in Chinese here. […]

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