Welcome to the Autumn 2021 Investigator. Inside, you can read about our latest undercover investigation into the illegal timber trade from Myanmar and our efforts to secure sanctions against those elements of the violent military junta who exploit the country’s natural resources to line their own pockets. You’ll also read about other key activities, including our exposé of ‘the biggest eco-crime no-one’s heard of’: the trade of illegal refrigerants into the EU.
Welcome to the Spring 2021 Investigator magazine, keeping you up to date on our activities and successes. Inside, you can find out about the amazing work behind the scenes by our Intelligence Team, unsung heroes whose ability to crunch the data and make sense of the huge amount of information we get from the field is essential for the success of our campaigns. There’s also a round-up of our key activities, including an update on illegal timber trade out of Myanmar in light of the violent coup of 1 February.
Welcome to the Autumn 2020 Investigator magazine, keeping you up-to-date on our activities and successes. Inside, you can find out about the launch of Money Trails – Identifying financial flows linked to wildlife trafficking , a major new piece of work which makes a compelling case for using financial investigations and anti-money laundering laws as standard when investigating wildlife crime.
Welcome to Investigator magazine, keeping our supporters up-to-date on all of our latest activities and successes. Inside, Supermarkets dump 14 aircraft carriers’ worth of plastic a year on the UK, Palm oil watchdog’s sustainability guarantee again exposed as a destructive con, Climate Week highlights our work on an existential threat to the future of humanity and much more.
Investigator magazine, keeping our supporters up-to-date on all of our latest activities and successes. Inside, you’ll find a report on the wins and disappointments at the world’s biggest conference on endangered species.
Investigator magazine, keeping our supporters up-to-date on all of our latest activities and successes. Inside, you can find out about the launch of two major new reports and our new Pangolin project to help this most trafficked of all mammals.