Our reports

Down to the bone: China’s alarming trade in leopard bones

Leopards are Asia's most traded big cat, with more than 4,900 seized from illegal trade in Asia since 2000, new evidence indicates the Government of China is issuing permits to trade and use their bones. The trade in leopard bones is primarily to meet demand from Chinese consumers; used in similar ways to tiger bone

In Our Palms

To meet its pledge to halt deforestation, the European Union needs to act to reduce the deforestation footprint of the commodities it imports, including palm oil. Existing methods to alleviate the impacts of palm oil, have failed to stop deforestation sufficiently to qualify as ‘sustainability’

The new Investigator magazine: Going undercover …

We hope you’ll enjoy this new version of our Investigator magazine, keeping supporters up-to-date on all of our latest activities and successes. In this issue, we’d also like to give you a glimpse into the working world of our intrepid undercover investigators

All Eyes on London

Ahead of the 2018 London Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference, we lay out our recommendations for participants.Our analysis indicates the basic legislation and institutional framework to combat wildlife crime already exists, but there remain critical gaps in the response of key source, transit and destination governments