Tag: tigers

Riasing funds at the Tiger Gala

Reflecting on the Tiger Gala, a personal account

Last Thursday saw the culmination of months of work, events invariably incur high levels of stress in the lead up; Will everyone turn up? How will the auction go? And the big question, will we raise enough money to have made all the effort worthwhile?

Chinese picture of a tiger

From tigers to rabbits … Debbie Banks reports

As we slink silently from Year of the Tiger and bound into the Year of the Rabbit, we pause to reflect on whether the last twelve months have been truly auspicious for the great cat, have we turned a corner, can we look to 2022 and the next Year of the Tiger with hope?

A colourful painting of a tiger between two trees with the title: ROAR! Imagine a tiger

Dates for your diary & what goes on behind the scenes …

Our Fundraising team is always hard at work at HQ to ensure enough funding is secured to keep the cogs of EIA turning and enable our campaigners to carry out their vital work. Some of the current things on their agenda include the elephant appeal and the opening of a season of several tiger fundraising events.

A composite i2® chart that shows trans-Himalayan connections in the skin trade, revealed through skin seizure events and telephone records.

Charlotte Davies describes how intelligence can help save species

The gathering, analysing and sharing of information to identify and combat environmental crime uses raw information as the starting ingredient; they connect, unite and enhance pieces of information into a more cohesive whole, called intelligence, giving a portrait of crime; where it’s happening and how to combat it