Reports

Thailand’s Tiger Economy

Thailand’s Tiger Economy

A report into how Thailand has shown itself to be woefully inadequate in implementing domestic legislation to stamp out the tiger trade and in enforcing international agreements to which it…

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Towards Extinction

Towards Extinction

A report on the exploitation of dolphins, porpoises and small whales in Japan. The Government of Japan still allows 22,000 small cetaceans to be legally killed each year in unregulated…

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Lethal Experiment

Lethal Experiment

A report into how the first CITES-approved ivory sale led to an increase in elephant poaching. In 1997, CITES Parties voted to down-list the elephant populations of Botswana, Namibia and…

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The Final Cut

The Final Cut

EIA’s first Forests report, arising from investigations conducted jointly by ourselves and Indonesian partner NGO Telapak into illegal logging in Indonesia’s Tanjung Puting National Park. In the remote and supposedly…

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Japan’s Senseless Slaughter

Japan’s Senseless Slaughter

An investigation into Japan’s Dall’s porpoise hunt, the largest cetacean kill in the world. At least 18,000 Dall’s porpoises are killed in Japan’s coastal waters every year and new evidence…

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The Politics of Extinction

The Politics of Extinction

A report on the threat posed to the last remaining populations of orangutans by illegal logging and the conversion of forest land to oil palm plantations. The wild orangutan population…

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Pilot Whaling in the Faroe Islands

Pilot Whaling in the Faroe Islands

Our second report examines the background and history of the slaughter of pilot whales. It also assesses the claims repeatedly made by Faroese authorities in support of the kills. The…

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