EIA continues to use its often-unique investigations and documentation to build evidence-based campaigns for change. It has a well-respected reputation around the world as an organisation that plays an important role in achieve effective protection for threatened species and habitats
The 13th Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture given by author Neil Gaiman at London’s historic Royal Geographical Society earlier this month was a great night, with proceeds of the event shared between the two charities closest to Adams’ heart – Save the Rhino, of which he was a founder patron, and EIA
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Celebrated author and screenwriter Neil Gaiman last night (March 3) delivered the 13th Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture to a rapt audience at London’s historic Royal Geographical Society.
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The fin whaling season has once again come to an end in Iceland, this year with 137 endangered fin whales slaughtered for profit. A joint report, Slayed in Iceland, and film was released ahead of a meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC), exposing the scale of the hunt and overseas trade
The Autumn 2014 issue of our bi-annual newsletter Investigator, featuring an overview of key campaign activities during the past six months. This issue features: A look ahead to future challenges in the fight against environmental crime and exploitation and lots more
Our focus and methodology is a key part of what makes us so effective and unique; no flashy offices & mega-salaries, just a small team of dedicated, resourceful, tenacious campaigners & front line investigators working to uncover evidence of environmental crime and use our findings to drive meaningful action and change