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Report

Application of Article XIII

EIA recommendations for the 77th meeting of the CITES Standing Committee

EIA prepared an analysis of key Article XIII compliance matters in key countries given their persistent non-compliance and/or significant roles in wildlife trafficking globally.

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Report

Three Basins, Three Battlegrounds

Frontline communities defending their rights and rainforests against the onslaught of extractives in Brazil, DRC, and Indonesia

Explore three cases that underline the current threats that extractive industries pose to these key ecosystems, highlight the ways that Indigenous Peoples and local communities are resisting, and offer recommendations for strengthening forest governance from the ground up.

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Press Release

Arbres Tracés, Forêts Transparentes

Le Gabon met en place un système national de traçabilité du bois de pointe couvrant l'ensemble du secteur forestier

L'EIA salue la décision du gouvernement gabonais de faire passer l'ensemble de son secteur forestier à un système traçable et transparent de gouvernance forestière.

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Press Release

Tracked Trees, Transparent Forests

Gabon Institutes Cutting-Edge Mandatory National Timber Traceability System Covering Entire Forest Sector

EIA commends the Gabonese government's decision to transition its entire forest sector to a traceable and transparent system of forest governance.

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Press Release

Perú: ¡No a la impunidad en el caso Saweto!

La decisión de la Sala Penal de Apelaciones de Ucayali de anular la sentencia que condenaba a los autores intelectuales del asesinato de cuatro líderes indígenas asháninkas es un duro golpe a la justicia, a la memoria y a la dignidad de las víctimas y sus familiares, que han esperado más de dos décadas para ver reconocidos sus derechos a la verdad, la justicia y la reparación.

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Peru: No More Impunity in the Saweto Case!

The decision of the Penal Appeals Court of Ucayali to annul the sentence of those allegedly involved with the assassination of four Asháninka Indigenous leaders in 2014 is a strong affront to justice, memory and the dignity of the victims and their families, who have waited more than two decades to see a recognition of their rights to truth, justice and reparation.