Wildlife reports

Blood Ivory: Exposing the myth of a regulated market

Legal ivory auctions must be stopped and China stripped of its Approved Buyer status if the rising tide of elephant poaching is to be curbed. We call on governments that supported the sale of stockpiled ivory to accept responsibility and take steps to reverse the harm it has done to global elephant populations

Tiger Bone Wine Auctions in China

A briefing revealing that a large number of auctions of tiger bone wine, supposedly illegal in China, have taken place, going as far back as 2009. While it is not possible to confirm that all tiger bone wine advertised for auction was successfully sold, they clearly show there is widespread demand for the product

Enforcement and Asian big cats

An EIA and Wildlife Protection Society of India briefing document for the 61st Meeting of the CITES Standing Committee. We make a number of recommendations to Parties, including greater coordination between CITES Management Authorities and national enforcement agencies

Leopards losing out at CITES as Parties let reporting slide

A briefing by EIA and and the Wildlife Protection Society of India to alert the CITES Standing Committee to concerns that despite the perilous situation facing leopards and their Appendix I listing, only Israel, Thailand and India have provided information on leopards