Environmental Investigation Agency
The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) is an independent campaigning organisation committed to bringing about change that protects the natural world from environmental crime and abuse.
Our vision is a future where humanity respects, protects and celebrates the natural world for the benefit of all.
Our undercover investigations expose wildlife crime and highlight the most pressing threats to our natural world. Our investigators often work in dangerous situations, infiltrating criminal organisations and collecting evidence. This evidence is used to produce reports and films which help prosecute environmental criminals, highlight issues to both high-level decision makers and the public and change laws around the world.
Our findings are combined with scientific documentation and representation at international conventions, creating the hard-hitting campaigns which have earned us a global reputation.
For further information on donating to this charity tel 0207 354 7960 or visit eia-international.org
British Ecological Society
The world is facing unprecedented environmental challenges from climate change and crop failure to deforestation and the contamination of our oceans. That is why we are asking people who care about the future of ecology to donate or leave a gift in their will to support the next generation of ecological scientists so that they can search for the solutions.
Founded in 1913 the British Ecology Society is a registered charity dedicated to supporting ecological science through research, grants, publications and education. With over 6,000 members – many of them world leaders in their field - in 125 countries we distribute over £300,000 p.a. in grants. We want to do more. Our work includes taking 35 young scientists from some of the most disadvantaged schools in the UK on their first residential field trip where they are mentored by world-leading ecologists who give their services free of charge. We are well placed to help you make a difference.
Rainforest Concern was established in 1993 to protect threatened natural habitats and the vast biodiversity they contain, together with the indigenous people who still depend on them for survival.
In its 27 years of existence, Rainforest Concern has helped to protect over 2.2 million hectares of native forests and has worked with 21 partner organisations in 12 different countries in Latin America, Asia and Central Europe.
We would not be able to continue our work without the vital support of legacy donations. With this lasting gift, you can help us to continue protecting threatened forests for generations to come.