EIA during the coronavirus outbreak

As of 18 March 2020, EIA UK’s offices in London’s Upper Street are closed and almost all staff are working from home, as per the UK Government’s latest advice.

Otherwise, as much as possible, it’s business as usual!

While our campaigners have put on hold all international travel and in-person meetings in the UK, we remain agile and connected to ensure that our global advocacy work to combat climate change and protect global biodiversity continues.

Nevertheless, EIA’s work will be significantly impacted by the current situation and we rely to an even greater extent than usual on your generous donations at this time. Our fundraising team is available to respond to donors’ enquiries by phone and email, so please stay in touch.

More than ever, we need your support to ensure we remain financially secure over the coming months. So please don’t delay responding to our appeals and, if you’re able to help, please visit our online giving page.

If you need to phone us, our switchboard number is +44 (0) 20 7354 7960 – although the office will be largely unmanned during the next few weeks, your call will be automatically diverted.

If you want to reach us by email, you’re best off using the contact form on our website, which will give you several options depending on which department you want to contact.

Further developments will be communicated with our donors as they arise but if you have any concerns, please do speak to your usual EIA contact.

Many thanks for your continued and invaluable support – and stay safe out there, wherever you are!