Tag: legality-policies

Wildlife Crime Enforcement Support in West and Central Africa

A guide to implementation of Decisions 18.90 (Rev. CoP19), 18.91 (Rev. CoP19), 19.84, 19.85, 19.86, 19.87 and 19.88

Enforcement actions such as seizures and arrests are only one part of a wider criminal justice response. Long-term, sustainable responses must include the prosecution of serious and organized wildlife crime, supported by a robust and efficient judicial process.

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.

Meeting the Moment

Securing the Montreal Protocol’s Legacy in this Decisive Decade for Climate Action

Read EIA’s briefing with recommendations on key issues to be discussed at the 35th Meeting of the Parties (MOP35) in Nairobi, which can shape the Montreal Protocol’s legacy in delivering emission reductions during this decisive decade for climate action.

Letter: NGOs Urge Action from Tokyo on Ivory

On January 19, 2023, EIA and 17 other Japanese and international NGOs sent a letter to Tokyo’s Governor Koike, applauding her and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government for action taken on the trade in elephant ivory thus far. The organizations also encouraged Tokyo to continue to heed the recommendations from the designated Advisory Council, including by enacting an ordinance […]

Fact Sheet: California’s New Climate Legislation Tackling HFCs (S.B.1206)

EIA’s Fact Sheet on groundbreaking new climate legislation passed in California to tackle super-pollutant hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). S.B. 1206 sets California on a path to transition out of most HFCs by 2035 to ultra-low or no global warming  potential  (GWP) alternatives and reclaimed refrigerants. EIA’s press release is also available here