Lumber Liquidators pleads guilty to smuggling timber
La Veeduría Forestal
Last week, the United States blocked timber imports from Peruvian exporter Inversiones La Orosa for up to three years, due to massive amounts of illegal wood in one of their shipments.
Parties to the Montreal Protocol met for the first time since October 2016, when all countries agreed to phase down HFCs.
EIA summarizes the federal case against Lumber Liquidators for violating the U.S. Lacey Act.
The SGSOC oil palm project has disrupted the livelihoods of many communities in Southwest Cameroon. Village leaders have written to the president, calling for a stop to the project...
One of the largest timber smuggling operations in history is revealed today by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) in a report that shows how over 1.4 million illegal rosewood logs from Nigeria, worth US$300 million, were laundered into China.
EIA welcomes the United States Trade Representative’s (USTR) action to deny timber imports for the next three years from Peruvian company, Inversiones La Oroza.
EIA's series of videos exposing Holzindustrie Schweighofer's involvement in illegal logging in Romania,
This EIA short documentary film presents interviews with members of local communities in the Southwest region of Cameroon about the negative impacts felt by a controversial oil palm project. The project, owned by Sithe Global Sustainable Oil Cameroon (SGSOC), has not only dispossessed community members of their land, but also threatened biodiversity hotspots and failed to meet development promises.