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THE VANCOUVER STATEMENT ON NATURE CRIMELearn More
Founding participants in the Nature Crime Alliance issued a joint statement on the need for a multi-sector approach to crimes against people and planet.
DEFINING THE PROBLEM
WHAT IS NATURE CRIME?
Nature crime1 includes criminal forms of logging, mining, wildlife trade, land conversion, and crimes associated with fishing. These crimes frequently converge with each other and other forms of international criminal activity.
WILDLIFE TRADEAnnual Value
LAND CONVERSIONAnnual Value
LOGGINGAnnual Value $51-152B4,5
MININGAnnual Value $12-48B5
FISHINGAnnual Value $11-24B5
WILDLIFE TRADEAnnual Value $7-23B5
LAND CONVERSIONAnnual Value $17B6,7
Raise political will, mobilise financial commitment, and bolster operational capacity to identify, disrupt, and prosecute criminals and syndicates that profit from the destruction of nature
Halt criminal activities that exploit natural resources worldwide.
Justice for ecosystems, species, and people exploited by nature crime networks.
BUILDING A COLLABORATIVE GLOBAL RESPONSE
The Nature Crime Alliance is fostering a global network of governments, civil society organisations, businesses, intergovernmental institutions, and philanthropies to tackle nature crime.