We investigate and campaign against environmental crime and abuse.
Myanmar: ‘Anybody investing in the natural resource sector is, in essence, supporting the military’
EIA’s Forests team has been working on the ground in Myanmar since the country began to emerge from under the shadow of brutal military dictatorship in 2011, exposing illegal timber trade and helping to provide the tools for meaningful reform of its natural resources sector.
Intelligence Week special - meet the team behind the scenes of so much of our success!
EIA has a deserved global reputation for our undercover investigations into environmental crime but less well known is the painstaking work done behind the scenes by our Intelligence Team.
Checking out on plastics - are the top UK supermarkets doing enough in the fight against plastic pollution
The findings of our recent survey of UK supermarkets use of single-use plastics, what’s been achieve and what more needs to be done.
Exposing the nexus of environmental crime – where the illegal wildlife and timber trades intersect
James Toone, a Senior Campaigner who works across our Wildlife and Forests projects, talks about how timber and wildlife crimes actually have much in common.
Out of Africa - why West and Central Africa is a hotspot for ivory and pangolin trafficking
A toxic combination of widespread corruption, weak or absent rule of law, low levels of development and hotspots of armed conflict have left several African countries wide open to exploitation by well-organised transnational criminal gangs.
How wildlife criminals have adapted to work from home under pandemic lockdown
Wildlife crime has continued throughout the COVID-19 crisis, our latest research shows that many of them have adapted swiftly to changing circumstances