Tag: vietnam

Tainted Timber, Tarnished Temples

  Read the Report – Decouvrez le rapport According to the Centre pour l’Environnement et le Développement (CED) and the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA)’s unprecedented investigation, a group of Vietnamese companies operating in Cameroon have been at the heart of the booming illegal timber trade between Cameroon and Vietnam. In just a few years, Vietnam […]

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Bois Volé, Temples Souillés

  Decouvrez le rapport – Read the Report Une enquête inédite menée par le Centre pour l’Environnement et le Développement (CED) et l’EIA (Environmental Investigation Agency) a permis de révéler qu’un groupe de sociétés vietnamiennes opérant au Cameroun est au cœur de l’essor du commerce illégal du bois entre le Cameroun et le Vietnam. En […]

Vietnam’s Illegal Rhino Horn Trade: Undermining the Effectiveness of CITES

EIA released a new report, “Vietnam’s Illegal Rhino Horn Trade,” which describes how Vietnam has failed to meet its CITES obligations designed to protect rhinos. This briefing summarizes key points from a recently submitted Pelly Petition to the US government to certify Vietnam as diminishing the effectiveness of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered […]

Petition to Certify Vietnam as Diminishing the Effectiveness of CITES

EIA filed a petition on December 21, 2012 under the Pelly Amendment to the U.S. Fishermen’s Protective Act to certify Vietnam as diminishing the effectiveness of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) for illegal trade in rhino horn. Given the scope and depth of the illegal trade […]