EIA is pleased to share this guest blog by Charles Emogor. Through EIA’s work to address transnational pangolin trafficking in West and Central Africa, we engage with Charles as a pangolin science expert on Nigeria. Since childhood, I’ve been fascinated by the natural world and growing up in a rural part of Nigeria played […]
Despite trade sanctions imposed in June to ban imports of Myanmar teak into Europe, more than 300 tonnes of the ‘king of woods’ worth well over €2 million has since entered into Italy, the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) can reveal
The EU recognizing its role in consuming commodities through deforestation, the EU Commission has published its long awaited proposal for a new law that aims to stop commodities such as palm oil, beef, soy, or coffee produced through deforestation being placed on the EU markets.