This week, the Environmental Investigation Agency celebrates 30 years of working on the front lines to expose environmental crime and exploitation. We’ll be formally marking the anniversary on Wednesday (September 17) with an auction of wildlife photography at Cecil Sharp House, near London Zoo, at which we’ll also be holding the first screening of the […]
Have you got the skills and drive to help us protect the world’s precious forests from exploitation and environmental crime? Investigations are the hallmark of EIA’s work, and we tackle environmental crime and defend nature strategically, using our findings to create hard-hitting, effective campaigns which have earned us a global reputation. If you want to […]
. The Chinese have a saying about drinking poison to quench a thirst, “yin zhen zhi ke”, used to warn against hasty remedies with consequences worse than the problem itself. A recently proposed method of tackling illegal logging is just such a case – it will in fact exacerbate the issue. China is one of […]
A message from EIA Executive Director Mary Rice on World Elephant Day: Today is World Elephant Day and around the globe actions and events are taking place to mark the occasion. While it reassuring that the plight of elephants remains in the public consciousness, the rate of poaching and illegal trade still remains high, […]
Environmental Investigation Agency comments on the draft Guidelines for Overseas Sustainable Forest Products Trade and Investment by Chinese Enterprises. . • Download in English here. • Download in Chinese here .
LONDON: Massive flows of illegal timber stolen from forests around the world will not be stemmed by voluntary industry guidelines currently being developed by the Chinese Government, environmentalists have warned. In formal comments recently submitted to the Chinese Government and published today, the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) has recommended the guidelines be replaced with a […]