Our reports

Profiting from Plunder

A report on how hundreds of millions of dollars worth of illegal Indonesian timber, including the particularly vulnerable species ramin, are estimated to be entering neighbouring Malaysia each year, providing cheap raw materials to a voracious wood industry

A Line in the Sand

A briefing outlining the responsibility Europe has in the cattle fencing issue, illustrating the link between EU beef subsidies and the Botswana cattle export industry. Botswana’s Department of Animal Health and Production, against advice of international experts, is pressing for the construction of a huge cattle fence

Mercury Rising

A report on the sale of polluted whale, dolphin and porpoise meat for human consumption in Japan. About one-third of products labelled as ‘whale’ found on Japanese supermarket shelves are likely to be dolphin, porpoise or small whales from the country’s coastal hunts.

Front cover of our report entitled Undermined: Destruction of Tiger Habitat in India

Undermined: Destruction of Tiger Habitat in India

A report highlighting the devastation of vital tiger habitat by mining companies for luxury items consumed in India and abroad. In Jamwa Ramgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, in the Indian state of Rajasthan, the destruction of key tiger habitat has resulted from quarrying for talc and marble

Above The Law

A report into how corruption of Indonesian police and government officials is to blame for continued illegal logging in Indonesia’s national parks.We urge Indonesian President Megawati Soekarnoputri to ensure her Government acts against timber barons such as Peoples’ Consultative Assembly member Abdul Rasyid