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Come and see EIA at London’s WildlifeXpo this week

Campaigners from the Environmental Investigation Agency will be at WildlifeXpo, a major new wildlife exhibition at London’s Alexandra Palace this Friday and Saturday. The event will bring together some of the leading lights in wildlife and conservation, and will provide a huge range of talks, lectures and other activities. Attending as a member of the […]

Another chance to see Crimes Against Nature films in USA

LONDON: Supporters in the US have a second chance to see three striking new documentaries following the work of EIA undercover investigators on the frontlines of environmental crime. The Crimes Against Nature films premiered in the USA on September 6 and will be repeated there on Saturday, September 24, 2011. The programmes were a year […]

On the trail of Iceland’s trade in fin whale

The Nat Geo Wild film about EIA’s investigation into the trade in Icelandic fin whale in Japan finally aired in the US on Tuesday. The investigations we did in Iceland and Japan now feel like a distant memory; so much has happened since, although I believe as these things go the film was actually put […]

EIA responds to criticism of Crossroads report

LONDON: The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), a London-based international NGO, strongly refutes allegations concerning its recent report into illicit trade in timber between Laos and Vietnam made by a Vietnamese wood industry association and covered in a range of media outlets. On 28 July 2011, EIA released its report entitled “Crossroads – the illicit timber […]

Iceland exports fin whale meat as sanction threat looms

WASHINGTON DC: Environmental and welfare groups today revealed that Iceland’s commercial whaling operation exported a further 133 tonnes of whale products from endangered fin whales in July, despite the pending threat of US trade sanctions for violating conservation agreements protecting the creatures. The whale meat, worth an estimated US$1.2 million, was exported to Japan in July […]

New films on eco detectives premiere in USA

LONDON: Three gripping new documentaries following the work of undercover investigators from the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) will premiere in the USA on Tuesday, September 6, 2011. Launched as a three-part special under Nat Geo Wild’s Crimes Against Nature strand, the programmes have been a year in the making and will take viewers into […]

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