Tag: india

Blog

UN Climate Summit – more hot air or a breath of hope?

The purpose of the 2014 Climate Summit was to raise political momentum for a meaningful universal climate agreement in Paris in 2015 and to galvanize transformative action in all countries to reduce emissions and build resilience to the adverse impacts of climate change

Blog

A fascination for documenting tigers in the forests of India

Photographer Michael Vickers is a long-standing supporter and friend of EIA, if you’ve followed our Tiger Campaign in recent years, you can’t have failed to see his beautiful images of these amazing big cats. In a special guest blog, Michael talks about his passion for tigers and shares a few stories from the field

Blog

Why we can never relax our vigil over wild tigers

Next week, the UK Government is hosting a high-level international summit on illegal wildlife trade in London. We would like to see all attending governments ensure that the response needed to save tigers is discussed as one of the top priority issues along with ivory and rhino horn trade

Blog

Driven by a burning bright passion to help wild tigers

In this guest blog for EIA, Simon Clinton discusses his passion for tigers and how he came to set up Save Wild Tigers, a non-profit organisation bringing marketing thinking to the cause of tiger conservation. He also presents some upcoming fundraising events to raise money for high-impact tiger conservation projects

Blog

Climate conundrums: blogging from the UNFCCC in Poland

In advance of the 19th Conference of the Parties (CoP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), our Climate Campaigner, Natasha Hurley, reflects on the challenges that lie ahead and the global action required to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through phase-out of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).

Blog

Happy Ozone Day! (or why the Montreal Protocol is still vital)

An entire book deserves to be written on how the world’s big chemical companies have cynically sought to undermine the science of climate change with the sole aim of raking in more profit but on World Ozone Day it’s important to focus on the positives and consider why the global ozone regime remains as relevant as ever