A report has been published on the possibility of the 'Hothouse Earth' scenario, in which man-made climate change may result in irreversible tipping points and catastrophic environmental change. Collective action is required to prevent this including hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) management under the Kigali amendment.
EIA was among 60 recipients recognised in the Ozone Awards 2017 by Parties to the Montreal Protocol for extraordinary commitment and outstanding contributions to fighting climate change. The ceremony in Canada was organised by the Ozone Secretariat and the Government of Canada to mark the Protocol’s 30th anniversary
Internet retail giant Rakuten did the right thing by banning adverts for whales and dolphin products shortly after the release of our report but the company is still carrying ads for elephant ivory products, many originating from illegal ivory poached in Africa, and we need your renewed help to urge it to stop
Consumers are urged to protest directly to internet retailing giant Rakuten and via its social media over its sales of elephant ivory and whale products, citing Japan’s failure to properly manage its domestic ivory trade and whale products originating from protected species or with dangerously high levels of toxins