Looking back over the past 12 months, during which EIA celebrated its 30th anniversary, it’s evident that 2014 has been yet another hectic and successful year
Exposing environmental crime and expolitation is what we do, and our ground-breaking undercover investigations and hard-hitting reports have made huge, positive impacts. We couldn’t do so much without the enthusiastic help of you, our valued supporters and followers
I came here to learn about fundraising and, boy, did I learn! Trusts and foundations, legacies, members, all sorts of donors, appeals, raffles, events, social media, advertising, online sales – you name it, I looked it up! No stone was left unturned
The knowledge, passion and unswerving dedication shown by all the staff here is truly inspiring and is the lifeblood of the organisation. Which got me wondering – with all the unique investigative work that goes on here, why don’t more people know the name EIA?
“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