Environmental Investigation Agency
The demand for products like tiger bone wine and pickled bear claws is fuelling a horrific—and likely soon-to-be legal—industry.
Japan says its whaling program is legal under international law because it's for scientific purposes and it plans to kill over 300 minke whales this season in Antarctica.
A resort along the Mekong River in Laos caters to consumers of endangered species and, according to a new report, highlights the abundant illegal trade in wildlife throughout the region.
The world's largest agricultural corporations have pledged to stop deforestation, but the small and mid-sized companies they sometimes work with continue to operate illegally, say conservationists.
Over a million dolphins, whales, and porpoises have been slaughtered by Japanese hunters over the last seventy years.