Environmental Crime

Transnational organized environmental crime is a rapidly growing threat to the environment, to revenues from natural resources, to state security, and to sustainable development. It  robs developing countries of an estimated 70-213 billion USD annually.
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World crime trends and emerging issues and responses in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice
Strengthening a targeted crime prevention and criminal justiceresponse to combat illicit trafficking in forest products, including timber.
Tuesday 27 May 2014
Illegal Trade in Wildlife: The Environmental, Social and Economic Consequences for Sustainable Development
Information document to support discussions of the Ministerial Dialogue on Illegal Trade in Wildlife
Tuesday 27 May 2014

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