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The Spring 2013 issue of Investigator is now available

Welcome to the Spring 2013 issue of EIA’s bi-annual newsletter Investigator, giving you an overview of our key campaign activities during the past six months. This issue features: • our exposé of China’s conservation double standard as it signs up to save wild tigers while simultaneously stimulating a trade in the skins and parts of […]

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 […]

Behind the scenes of the world’s biggest tiger event!

When I was offered EIA’s events and fundraising internship, I was ecstatic and couldn’t wait to start working with some of the world’s most dedicated environmental campaigners. I was brought in to work on Tiger Tracks – the largest ever event to save wild tigers. I’d recently spent three months volunteering at a wild animal […]

Tiger Tracks is roaring into London tonight!

Tiger Tracks, the world’s biggest-ever tiger event, is launched today (March 1, 2013) at St Pancras Railway Station in London. Opened by legendary rock guitarist Brian May and singer Kelly Ellis playing live in the station at 6pm, the event organised by the Save Wild Tigers initiative will span three weeks of activities to raise […]

Green your screen – 10 top environmental movies

Autumn proper is finally here (recent mini heatwave notwithstanding) and the nights are drawing in – which means it’s once again possible to curl up in front of a movie without the guilty sting of having to draw the curtains against the sunshine. With that in mind, I thought this week I’d pass along a […]

Hopes and fears – tigers wait for help, but for how long?

ST PETERSBURG: Amid growing apprehension, conservationists at the International Tiger Forum are still awaiting a sign that governments are willing to turn words into action to save the world’s 3,200 remaining wild tigers from possible extinction. Three of the UK’s leading wildlife groups – the Born Free Foundation, Environmental Investigation Agency and WildAid – fear […]