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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 […]

We’re getting off to a flying start for a busy New Year!

So, the world didn’t end after all and 2013 has kicked off with damp start – but what a year this promises to be for EIA! January – Give It Up 4 EIA It’s already been hard work but we are persevering with our New Year resolutions and some of them promise to be life-changing […]

CITES ivory trade system is flawed and drives poaching

With 2011 acknowledged as the worst year for elephants since the international ivory trade ban of 1989, it should come as no great surprise that there has been considerable interest and a raft of articles in the media featuring dead elephants in recent months. The latest is National Geographic Magazine’s investigative report Blood Ivory, the […]

Ivory trade experts are still avoiding the key issue

Acknowledging the crisis is not enough to stem elephant slaughter   LONDON: The new BBC documentary Ivory Wars: Out of Africa tonight detailed the ongoing tragedy of rampant elephant poaching and the international ivory trade, but something was absent from its broad overview. Leading experts featured in the Panorama special failed to confront the most […]

EIA undercover films take top awards at festival!

Films featuring the work of the Environmental Investigation Agency have picked up top awards at the 35th International Wildlife Film Festival in the US. EIA is no stranger to event, held annually in Montana, after taking the award for Best News Programme two years ago with Eco Crime Investigators: Skin and Bones. This year, three […]

Madagascar, Lemurs and Spies to screen on the BBC

A documentary showcasing the work of EIA in Madagascar is to screen on BBC2’s Natural World tomorrow (Thursday, March 15) at 8pm. Pure white lemurs called silky sifaka live in the remote rainforests of Madagascar and are one of the rarest animals in the world. Sascha Von Bismarck, an investigator based in EIA’s US office, […]