We investigate and campaign against environmental crime and abuse.
Ban it and keep on banning it … the high cost to elephants of restarting legal ivory trade
We take a look at these latest developments affecting elephant conservation and consider likely next steps.
Will a new national strategy to tackle environmental crime tame Nigeria’s Wild West?
In recent years, Nigeria has emerged as a hotspot for wildlife and forest crime, with the country viewed as a less-risky proposition by wildlife traffickers.
Plastic pollution is in the air, land and seas – and now it’s been found in our blood
Billions of tonnes of plastics have been produced by human beings and it can be found polluting every corner of the planet, from the highest mountains to the deepest seas. New research has just revealed that it’s also present in human blood.
We’re facing a grim future under runaway climate change – but we don’t have to choose it
EIA Climate Campaigner Sophie Geoghegan unpacks the main findings of the new IPCC report and explains why, despite a grim outlook, it’s not a future we have to be locked into.
A global plastics treaty – why the world needs one and how it’s getting closer to reality
Why the world so urgently needs an international agreement to tackle the plastics crisis and how close we may be to achieving one.
A climate for action – as the dust settles on CoP26, what’s next in the fight against climate change?
Climate campaigners Sophie Geoghegan and Kim O’Dowd join Paul Newman to reflect on the outcomes of CoP26 and discuss what needs to happen next.