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Press Releases: Tigers

Action not words is needed to save tigers

EIA urges International Tiger Forum to give its outcomes real teeth   PARTICIPANTS in the forthcoming International Tiger Forum are being cautioned they must act decisively now or face a future in which the wild tiger is extinct. Tiger range countries are to meet in St Petersburg, Russia, from November 21-24, 2010 for the forum […]

A night of ROAR entertainment

Stand-Up Poetry, Music & Cartoons to help fight eco crime   THE Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) & ROAR Collective present ROAR! Imagine a Tiger, a fundraising extravaganza starring poet/musician John Hegley and acclaimed cartoonist Tony Husband, creator of Private Eye’s Yobs. ROAR! Imagine a Tiger will take place at Islington’s Screen on the Green cinema, 83 […]

Global police swoop traps tiger traders

LONDON: Campaigners at the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) welcome the news that INTERPOL, the world’s largest international police organisation, has joined the fight to end the tiger trade. An international law enforcement operation coordinated by INTERPOL against the illegal trade in tigers has led to the arrest of 25 individuals suspected of taking part […]

Undercover team exposes the tiger trade

‘Dangerous Trade’ documentary airs in the USA on Sunday, June 6 at 10pm (ET) on Planet Green A HARD-hitting new film following the work of the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) to expose the illegal underworld of tiger trafficking will air on Planet Green on Sunday, June 6 at 10pm (ET). The film has already […]

Tiger film scoops prestigious festival award

‘Eco Crime Investigators’ wins Best News category at Montana   A NEW film about the work of the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) to expose the illegal underworld of tiger trafficking has been named Best News documentary at the 33rd International Wildlife Film Festival, in Montana, USA. Produced by Red Earth Studio in London for […]

EU, China and India thrash out deal on tigers

DOHA, QATAR: An agreement reached at a UN meeting on wildlife trade in Doha could see countries treating illegal trade in tiger parts as seriously as arms and drug trafficking, but campaigners have cautioned that words must be turned into action. The UK-brokered deal, which was the result of lengthy negotiations between the EU and […]

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