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EIA Briefing for CITES CoP18

EIA Briefing for CITES CoP18

Ahead of the 18th Conference of the Parties (CoP18) of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), EIA has prepared comments and recommendations…

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Promises in Practice

Promises in Practice

Policies seeking to halt the environmental and social damage of palm oil production are proving to be only a partial success. Major palm oil companies have increasingly adopted ambitious ‘no…

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Checking out on plastics

Checking out on plastics

In this report, the Environmental Investigation Agency and Greenpeace UK present the findings of the most comprehensive survey to date on how supermarkets are addressing plastic pollution.

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Unpacking Non-Conventional Plastics

Unpacking Non-Conventional Plastics

As the debate on plastic pollution heats up, non-conventional plastics including biodegradable, bio-based, compostable and oxo-degradable are sometimes promoted as sustainable alternatives as companies and policy-makers look to shift away…

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Eradicating the market for big cats

Eradicating the market for big cats

Unchecked demand for tiger parts and products is now threatening all of the world’s big cats. This visual briefing, prepared by EIA, Education for Nature Vietnam and Wildlife Friends Foundation…

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