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Appetite for Destruction: China’s Trade in Illegal Timber

A report examining the extent and impacts of China’s voracious consumption of timber, featuring several case studies from countries whose forests are being severely depleted, and calling on the Chinese Government to act swiftly and decisively in strengthening its enforcement and ensuring illegal timber is barred from its markets.           Download the […]

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 […]

Hapsoro: farewell to a forest activist and beloved friend

“But Faith, snakes are wonderful,” Hapsoro said to me one afternoon as we were discussing life, love and the universe.“I look for them when walking in the forests.” We were about to visit Indonesia’s Tanjung Putting National Park in the coming days, I began to think twice about what I was getting myself into. As […]

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.    

Tanzania seeks to sell 101 tonnes of stockpiled ivory

Campaign group calls auction & trade plans ‘untimely and ludicrous’   LONDON: Tanzania has formally applied to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) for permission to hold a one-off sale of 101 tonnes of stockpiled ivory and to reduce protection for its elephant population. If the CITES […]

Laos’ forests still falling to ‘connected’ businesses

LONDON: More than a year after being exposed as major players in the smuggling of timber from Laos, a new report reveals the Vietnamese timber industry, the military and well-connected Lao actors are still profiting from the flow of logs into Vietnam. As well as the role played by a commercial operation of the Vietnam […]

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