Defining the Problem

What is Nature Crime?

Nature crime includes criminal forms of logging, mining, fishing, wildlife trade, and land conversion. These crimes frequently converge with each other and other forms of international criminal activity.

Nature Crime Syndicates

Criminal Networks of Exploitation

One of the largest illicit economies in the world, nature crime is closely linked to terrorism, corruption, human rights abuses, financial crime, and other threats to peace and security.

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