Tag: communications

System Failure.EIA's new report
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E-waste special, reporting back on Panorama’s Track My Trash

I think the programme did a great job of explaining this huge problem and our responsibility as consumers to ensure that our old junk doesn’t end up poisoning children in developing countries. EIA was involved with the programme from its inception and I think it’s been a good example of successful collaboration

An aerial view of a forest intersected by a road
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Mary Rice welcomes in 2011

New Year Greetings one and all. Here we go again. But before we do, I want to say a big ‘Thank You’ to all of you – members, supporters, Facebook followers and Twitter fans – for taking an interest in EIA’s work and for lending your support wherever and whenever you can as EIA could not do this without you

An African elephant with a lake on the background
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And so this is Christmas and what have we done?

In 2010, we played a crucial role in ensuring proposals by Tanzania and Zambia to sell 112 tonnes of stockpiled ivory through CITES failed, helped nine leading UK supermarkets reduce their use of climate-changing HFCs and saw 10 years of work pay off when the European Parliament voted to ban imports of stolen timber

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Going behind the scenes and getting techie!

When our campaigners are out in the field tackling environmental crime their trips are supported by essential staff in our London Office. Jamie Elkins, Visuals and Equipment co-ordinator – EIA’s answer to ‘Q’ – gives us an insight into the ‘techie’ side of the organisation

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Our comms team takes the floor!

“It’s no good EIA doing important work, using innovative techniques if no-one ever hears about it!” to quote a frustrated campaigner. The EIA comms department have been working hard to ensure that our message does get out there and our efforts have produced some very positive developments in recent months