EIA super-supporter Iain Tenquist is at it again, but this time he’s scaling new heights! Today Iain heads off to Nepal with sons Will and George to climb to Everest Base Camp. Everest is the highest mountain in the world, so this is no mean feat and even climbing to Base Camp requires months of rigorous training
While some organisations may spend hundreds of thousands on an investigation, EIA offers incredible value for money, using its 30 years of experience to focus efforts where they will be most effective
Wildlife artist, Gary Hodges, explains how he built his career using his artistic talent and passion for wildlife. He has a long history with EIA and has hosted multiple fundraising exhibitions to raise money for our organisation. This article includes information on his upcoming exhibits and a link to his website
Green electricity didn’t exist in the world back in 1996. When Ecotricity offered it for the first time, it became not just Britain’s but the world’s first green electricity company, kick-starting the now-global green energy generation industry.
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The Gobi March is 250km, spread over seven days and is, for the most part, self-supported. Self-supported means the race organisers provide water and a corner in a shared tent at the end of each day, but everything else is yours to procure and carry