Mapping environmental crime: Use #WildEye to track seizures, arrests, court cases & convictions across the globe. The data is anchored in our dossier of investigations below.

LATEST #WILDEYE INVESTIGATIONS

  • India is the world’s third-largest shark catcher. It banned the export of shark fins in 2015, but the illegal trade is still thriving. Shamsheer Yousaf & Monica Jha investigate

  • India is the world’s third-largest shark catcher. It banned the export of shark fins in 2015, but the illegal trade is still thriving. Shamsheer Yousaf & Monica Jha investigate

TOOLS

#WildEye allows you to track environmental crime across the globe
Exposing global environmental crime stories
#MineAlert allows you to track and share mining applications and licences
Use ClimaTracker to track weather changes and how these will affect you
Track developments in rhino poaching court cases across Southern Africa
Instant access to data on rhino deaths and poaching incidents since 2010
#GreenAlert helps you track & share environmental impact assessments

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Data contributors and sources for #WildEye:

#WildEye is a project of Oxpeckers Investigative Environmental Journalism and is based on the Rhino Court Cases tool, which tracks developments in rhino poaching court cases in Southern Africa

Supported by Internews’ Earth Journalism Network | Developed by ScienceLink


Oxpeckers’ hard work uncovering environmental crimes costs time and money. A donation of as little as R20 can help keep our journalists on the case, and keep the pressure on those looking to exploit our natural resources for personal gain.