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Double your money for our tiger work in the Big Give!

  It’s almost mid-November, the nights have drawn in and, with Christmas just around the corner, the charity appeal season is well under way.   As the competition for funding becomes ever greater, charity supporters are feeling their finances being stretched, particularly at this expensive time of year – which is why we think that […]

Double your donation to our tiger campaign for free!

  With The Big Give Christmas Challenge kicking off tomorrow at 10am, you have the opportunity to double your donation to EIA’s Tiger Campaign for free! Anything you donate to us via The Big Give will be matched by an external fund, thereby essentially doubling your contribution to us.   From 10am   Thursday December […]

The scourge of tiger farming must be brought to an end

  The scourge of tiger farming and the trade in parts and derivatives of captive-bred tigers continues, despite UN agreements and a commitment by the leaders of tiger range countries to end the tiger trade. Regardless of an international commitment under a UN treaty to phase them out, tiger farms still operate in China, Thailand, […]

As world focuses on tigers, other Asian big cats are killed

LONDON: With the 2nd Asian Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation in Bhutan preparing to discuss the plight of snow leopards today (October 23), the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) has warned that it and Asia’s other big cats are in danger of being forgotten. “The tiger is very much a symbol of the rampant demand […]

Briefing on Snow Leopards in Illegal Trade – Asia’s Forgotten Cats

A briefing prepared for the 2nd Asian Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation, in Bhutan, from October 21-24, 2012.    

Lessons in the art of healing without harm to wildlife

I was a bit giddy by the end of last night – and for a change it wasn’t because of jetlag! The Healing Without Harm event at the annual David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation lecture saw me sharing the Royal Geographical Society stage with some of the giants of conservation. The man himself, David Shepherd, introduced […]

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