Whether you call it Global Tiger Day or International Tiger Day, 29 July has been designated an annual opportunity to celebrate the tiger and all it represents and to raise awareness of what we have to do to reverse decades of decline. There are an estimated 4,500* endangered wild tigers remaining across Asia, with seizures […]
On Friday 13 May, EIA posted an alert on social media about China considering a comprehensive ban on the use and sale of tiger and rhino parts in relation to a public consultation on the Measures for the Management of the Special Marking System for National Key Protected Terrestrial Wild Animals and Products thereof by […]
Ahead of the 74th Meeting of the Standing Committee of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), EIA has prepared comments and recommendations on agenda items relating to Elephants, Pangolins, Tigers and other Asian Big Cats, Rhinos, Totoaba, Saiga, enforcement and compliance matters.
The first phase of the latest conference of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD CoP15) ended with a renewed sense of optimism as 195 countries signed onto the Kunming Declaration with 17 commitments, acknowledging the need to reverse the world’s catastrophic loss of biodiversity