Our reports

Enforcement and Asian big cats

An EIA and Wildlife Protection Society of India briefing document for the 61st Meeting of the CITES Standing Committee. We make a number of recommendations to Parties, including greater coordination between CITES Management Authorities and national enforcement agencies

Leopards losing out at CITES as Parties let reporting slide

A briefing by EIA and and the Wildlife Protection Society of India to alert the CITES Standing Committee to concerns that despite the perilous situation facing leopards and their Appendix I listing, only Israel, Thailand and India have provided information on leopards

Enforcement Not Extinction

Participants in the International Tiger Forum are cautioned that they must act decisively now or face a future in which the wild tiger is extinct. We see it as an opportunity to commit to an unprecedented global pledge to save wild tigers, now numbering as few 3,200

Open Season

As nations prepare to meet to consider allowing one-off sales of stockpiled ivory, this report exposes a booming illegal trade in poaching and smuggling in the very countries seeking the lucrative relaxation

A Deadly Game Of Cat And Mouse

In this report, we urge the Government of China to establish a specialised multi-agency enforcement unit with the skills and resources to proactively investigate criminal networks trafficking and selling Asian big cat parts and derivatives.