Economic Growth and Trade, Rule of Law and Human Rights and Wildlife
Economic Growth and Trade, Rule of Law and Human Rights and WildlifeSEE LESS
Illicit wildlife trafficking is an annual 69-199 billion USD business, according to a United Nations Environment Program and INTERPOL Environmental Crime Report. This figure includes illegal trade in fishing and timber.
NWC believes that incentivizing whistleblowers, those with insider knowledge, will revolutionize the detection of wildlife crime, increase effective law enforcement and self-compliance, and help reverse the global extinction crisis. The key to incentivizing whistleblowers is whistleblower reward laws—monetary incentives for individuals to come forward with information.
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