UK broadcasts of new films going undercover with campaign group LONDON: The risky undercover work of the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) is showcased in three new films to be broadcast in the UK on Nat Geo Wild from Thursday, December 15. A year in the making, the films follow EIA through countries as […]
THREE new films taking viewers undercover with EIA’s intrepid investigators as they work at the sharp end of environmental crime will be screened in the UK on Nat Geo Wild from December 15. The documentaries were a year in the making and chronicle separate investigations into whaling, illegal logging and the ivory trade, following clues […]
Zero tolerance is the only way to preserve the last wild tigers LONDON: The Environmental Investigation Agency today endorses a new petition calling on Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to adopt a zero-tolerance policy on tiger trade. The petition has been organised by TigerTime, an initiative of the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation which has garnered mass […]
Corruption. The core issue behind illegal logging and the associated trade. Here at EIA, we are faced all the time with corrupt practices actioned by many different actors. The dishonesty and fraud, bribery and sleaze that we have exposed within governments and business over the years haves been a major factor in pushing governments forwards, […]
EIA is in Beijing this week, attending the Asia Pacific Forestry Week meeting. The event marks 10 years since the landmark Bali Declaration, which saw governments from the Asia Pacific region and beyond commit to tackle illegal logging. To mark the occasion, EIA has released a new briefing The Bali Declaration Ten Years On. The […]
A briefing for the Asia Pacific Forestry Week meeting in China from November 7-11, 2011 which reviews the progress made by the European Union and US in agreeing new regulations to prohibit illegal logged timber, describes efforts to curb illegal logging and discusses further action required.