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Eco crimes: transnational, organised and serious

The 22nd session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) is under way in Vienna this week. The CCPCJ is a key body within the United Nations, dealing with crime prevention and criminal justice policy and EIA is one of several organisations pushing for it to expand the work of the UN […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Join in with Tiger Tracks, the world’s biggest tiger event!

Tiger Tracks, the world’s biggest-ever tiger event, is now under way at St Pancras Railway Station in London until March 21.              (Terms & conditions apply)   Opened by legendary rock guitarist Brian May and singer Kerry Ellis playing live in the station on March 1, the event organised by the […]

CITES missed opportunities for tigers, elephants & rhinos

  Press release jointly issued by the Environmental Investigation Agency, Wildlife Protection Society of India and Freeland   BANGKOK: The global treaty charged with ensuring wildlife is not commercially exploited to extinction[1] fell short of putting the breaks on poaching of elephants, tigers, and rhinos at its biannual meeting that closes today in Bangkok. Poaching […]

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