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Illegal Wildlife Trade

Remembering the fallen on World Ranger Day 2013

. Too often, and too commonly, environmental crime is seen as a ‘victimless’ crime, a ‘softer, fluffier’ crime than, say, human trafficking, arms smuggling or the drugs trade. But the grim reality is that alongside the terrible toll taken on endangered species such as tigers, elephants and rhinos, the activities of highly organised transnational wildlife […]

Positive ways to move ahead on International Tiger Day

. Monday, July 29 is International Tiger Day, and all over the world people will celebrate the great cat and all that it represents – environmental security, clean air, clean water and clean government. International Tiger Day is a time to spread the word that saving the remaining wild tigers means saving ourselves – from […]

Our oceans need silence, not the thunder of exploitation

. A few weeks ago, the e-newsletter Science for Environment Policy from the EU Commission provided a briefing on underwater noise. The brief tried, at least in my opinion, to downplay the risks of intense underwater noise sources. Almost at the same time, the findings of two new scientific studies were released, demonstrating that noise […]

EIA bids a fond farewell to head of fundraising Janet

Friday was my last day at EIA. After nearly five years, I have decided to move on to new challenges in a very different field but I know that I will never be far away from the EIA family. Working as Head of Fundraising here has been quite a roller coaster – as the wise […]

Greens on the Green – all you need to know in one place!

Greens on the Green Islington Green, London N1 July 13, 2013 from 11am to 7pm   EIA’s Greens on the Green fair will take place on Islington Green, London on July 13, 2013 – and you’re invited! We hope this summer event will provide a platform to meet supporters and introduce new people to our […]

SA’s trade plan is ‘reckless endangerment of wild rhinos’

In a special guest blog today, respected author and activist Judith Mills assesses the credibility and likely outcomes of South Africa’s decision to seek a legal trade in rhino horn and so cash in on its stockpiles. . An article posted on July 3 on Times LIVE estimates that South Africa’s proposed legal sale of […]

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