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2022 Impact Snapshot

The Environmental Investigation Agency had another banner year in 2022. Our campaigns continue to be at the forefront of regulatory impact, community partnership, and awareness building, through our foundations of quality research, amplification of local environmental defenders, and consistent coverage in top-tier media. EIA’s tireless efforts to protect the environment and expose the factors that […]

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Happy Earth Day 2023

 We invite you to be a part of EIA’s efforts to protect the planet by supporting our Forest, Climate, and Wildlife conservation work. Your contribution can play a crucial role in protecting the natural world from illegal logging, poaching, and other environmental crimes. By working together, we can help preserve old-growth forests, safeguard endangered […]

Press Release

We reject the U.S. Ambassador’s regrettable public endorsement of the company Ocho Sur’s operations in the Peruvian Amazon

4 April, 2023 Joint Statement In solidarity with the response of indigenous organizations in the Amazon, the afore-signed organizations strongly reject the recent Tweet by the U.S. Ambassador in Peru, Lisa Kenna, that was propaganda for the controversial palm oil company Ocho Sur, which operates with US investments. Our main reasons for doing so are […]

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Rechazamos lamentables declaraciones de la embajadora estadounidense en favor de empresa Ocho Sur en la Amazonía peruana

4 Abril 2023 Pronunciamiento conjunto Las organizaciones firmantes y en solidaridad con la respuesta de las organizaciones indígenas amazónicas, rechazamos tajantemente el reciente tuit de la embajadora de los Estados Unidos en el Perú, Lisa Kenna, mediante el cual hace propaganda a favor del polémico Grupo Palmicultor Ocho Sur, de capitales estadounidenses.[1] Nuestras principales razones […]

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How China can help save the Amazon via the leather trade

Aside from Brazil itself, there is perhaps no other country with as great an opportunity to help prevent this deforestation than China, Brazil’s biggest customer for the two agricultural commodities that are the main drivers of deforestation: soy and cattle.