How Ivory Hanko Destroyed African's Elephants and Drives Japan's Illegal Ivory Trade
EIA Calls for Improved Enforcement, Government Solidarity against Rhino Horn Trade on World Rhino Day
For World Rhino Day 2019, EIA issued a blog calling for improved enforcement and government solidarity against rhino horn trade.
Follow updates from the EIA Wildlife Campaign at CITES CoP18 in Geneva, Switzerland.
In 2018 the Environmental Investigation Agency continued to confront the greatest environmental threats facing the world today. The EIA team pursued, documented and exposed the activities of syndicates that threaten endangered species, damage the climate and ozone layer, and drive the trade in timber stolen from the world’s most important remaining forests.
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In this fourth installment of EIA’s Raw Intelligence series, we introduce you to the company Hua Jia – one of the most emblematic timber companies in Gabon. Hua Jia officials had much to say on how they and others in the industry operate – and cheat their way to profit-laden pockets.
Dans ce quatrième volet de la série Intelligence Brute d’EIA, nous vous présentons la société Hua Jia, l’une des sociétés forestières les plus emblématiques du Gabon. Les responsables de Hua Jia avaient beaucoup à dire sur la façon dont eux-mêmes et d’autres compagnies opèrent.