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Combating Wildlife Trafficking Overview

Combating Wildlife Trafficking Overview
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Contributors: Sharing Environment and Energy Knowledge

Illicit wildlife is one of the largest black markets in the world, worth tens of billions of dollars. USAID implements a comprehensive, multi-sector approach to address wildlife trafficking that supports law enforcement training and community-based conservation activities, reduces demand for wildlife and wildlife products, and interrupts the flow of illegal products around the world. This overview document highlights these efforts and emphasizes the urgency of USAID's work helps to fight the criminal networks that exploit people and nature.

Author(s): Sharing Environment and Energy Knowledge

Publication Date: 2018

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