Climate Change, Environment Reporting Illegal Wildlife Trading

In marketplaces across the world the illegal wildlife trade is booming, and enormous, irreparable damage to biodiversity is occurring. By reporting on environmental crime, investigating the illicit financial flows related to environmental crime commodities as well as the marketing strategies and value-chains of criminal networks involved in the illegal wildlife trade, independent journalists and the media are critical to exposing illegal internet trade in wildlife.



 

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In marketplaces across the world the illegal wildlife trade is booming, and enormous, irreparable damage to biodiversity is occurring. By reporting on environmental crime, investigating the illicit financial flows related to environmental crime commodities as well as the marketing strategies and value-chains of criminal networks involved in the illegal wildlife trade, independent journalists and the media are critical to exposing illegal internet trade in wildlife.

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