A briefing document prepared for CITES CoP16 urging decision-makers to end the confusion of murky policies, contradictory laws, inconsistent law enforcement, demand-stimulation efforts and grey markets which give environmental criminals incentives and opportunities for mingling illegal goods with legal ones.
Press release jointly issued by the Environmental Investigation Agency, Wildlife Protection Society of India and Freeland BANGKOK: The global treaty charged with ensuring wildlife is not commercially exploited to extinction fell short of putting the breaks on poaching of elephants, tigers, and rhinos at its biannual meeting that closes today in Bangkok. Poaching [...]
A report urging the US Secretary of Interior to certify Vietnam under the Pelly Amendment for diminishing the effectiveness of CITES, calling on Vietnam to implement and enforce a complete domestic ban on all rhino trade, including live animals, and asking the US to consider trade sanctions against Vietnam for its ongoing failures until it [...]
Save the Rhino International and the Environmental Investigation Agency are collaborating once again to celebrate the unique talent of Douglas Adams, best known as author of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series and a genuine conservation enthusiast. Douglas Adams was a founder patron of Save the Rhino. He once joined us for a climb [...]
Do you want to take meaningful action to help end wildlife crime? Here’s a simple thing you can do right now in the UK – write to your MP and ask them to sign this Early Day Motion in Parliament calling on the UK Government to finance the country’s National Wildlife Crime Unit (NWCU). The [...]