From EIA UK <[email protected]>
Subject EIA's monthly update
Date April 1, 2021 6:29 PM
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** Too few wildlife criminals end up in court ([link removed])

Despite several high-profile seizures in the past four years, there have been hardly any proper investigations into the international illegal wildlife trade and few prosecutions, our new report Off the Hook revealed. As of the end of January 2021, we had recorded almost 8,000 seizures of Asian big cats, elephants, pangolins and rhino – but while about 60 per cent involved the arrest of one or more suspects, we have not been able to identify any prosecutions for a large majority of the seizures.
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** Podcast: Myanmar military cashes in on timber ([link removed])

EIA has been working in Myanmar since it began to emerge from the shadow of brutal military dictatorship, exposing illegal timber trade and providing tools for reform of its natural resources sector, but all that changed with the coup on 1 February...
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** Ulin takes the prize! ([link removed])

We’re delighted to learn that our award-winning short film Ulin has scooped yet another major accolade, beating 60 competitors to win the My Forests short film category in a films showcase held online as part of UN World Wildlife Day 2021.
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To give industry a helping hand, we’ve released the Pathway to Net-Zero: Cooling Product List to showcase some of the very best climate-friendly refrigeration and air-con alternatives plus advice on how to avoid the use of cooling in the first place.
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