November 1, 2003
A report on global CFC smuggling trends and the need for a faster phase-out
October 6, 2003
EIA’s briefing document, “A Line in the Sand”, outlines the responsibility that Europe has in this cattle fencing issue by illustrating the link between EU beef subsidies and the Botswana cattle export industry. The briefing voices the concerns of local stakeholders, including those of members of the Xai Xai Community, the community which will be [...]
June 11, 2003
A report on the sale of polluted whale, dolphin and porpoise meat for human consumption in Japan
March 31, 2003
A report highlighting the devastation of vital tiger habitat by mining companies for luxury items consumed in India and abroad.
January 14, 2003
A report into how corruption on the part of Indonesian police and government officials is to blame for continued illegal logging in Indonesia’s national parks.
Asia, corruption, deforestation, Ecosystems & Biodiversity, Enforcement, environmental crime, forest governance, forest loss, habitat destruction, illegal logging, Indonesia
Forest Governance, Forest Loss, Illegal Logging, Reports
October 29, 2002
A report on how demand for ivory products is on the rise, with widespread poaching in elephant range states being driven by resurgent market demand in several Asian countries
Africa, Asia, Botswana, China, CITES, Ecosystems & Biodiversity, elephants, environmental crime, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, illegal wildlife trade, India, ivory, Japan, Kenya, Namibia, poaching, Singapore, Singapore Seizure, South Africa, Thailand, undercover investigation, Zambia, Zimbabwe