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CCPCJ – why it matters for wildlife & forest crime

EIA campaigners are in Vienna for a meeting of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ), which begins on Monday (April 22). The CCPCJ is a key body within the United Nations, dealing with crime prevention and criminal justice policy. EIA and others will be pushing for it to expand the work of […]

Slideshow: Congratulations to Brighton Marathon runners!

Congratulations all round to EIA’s two runners who completed the Brighton Marathon yesterday (April 14). . . EIA Intelligence Analyst Charlotte Davies crossed the finish line in 5h 41m 10s, raising funds for the family of Indonesian forests campaigner Hapsoro, a long-time friend and colleague of EIA who tragically died last year. You can read […]

Tiger Tracks – three amazing weeks in just four minutes!

After an exhilarating three weeks at St Pancras International railway station, Tiger Tracks has sadly come to an end. We’ve had the privilege of working with amazing volunteers and incredibly dedicated organisations such as the Born Free Foundation and The Clinton Partnership to create awareness for the plight of the wild tiger. It’s been an […]

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, […]

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