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Wildlife and Forest Crime: CCPCJ 22

A joint briefing by EIA, WWF and TRAFFIC for the 22nd Session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ). .

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 […]

Charlotte in the running to help a forest hero’s family

Late one night travelling with work, I had a fit of jet lag and registered for the Brighton Marathon. Ludicrously, I’d only started running a few weeks before, so it gave me a goal (an ambitious one) and anyway, it seemed ages away … Maybe not, because in just over a week, on Sunday, April […]

Too little time at CITES CoP16 for threats to tigers

  Well, that’s CITES CoP16 over. It’s been an historic two weeks for marine and timber species. Hard-fought battles that commenced years ago have come to a constructive and logical conclusion in the interests of sharks, manta rays and rosewoods. For Asian big cats, there was a good decision that will direct the CITES Secretariat […]

The Inside Story

A report urging that the attitudes and perceptions environmental criminals be taken into account by all stakeholders in environmental crime.  

CITES protection will help to end rosewood wars

CITES lists endangered wood in bid to halt booming illegal trade   BANGKOK, THAILAND: Granting international protection to threatened Siam rosewood is a major step towards saving the species from extinction and curbing the explosion of violence around illegal trade in the precious wood. The London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) has been supporting the efforts  […]

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