Combating transnational environmental crime: future decisions
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How can law enforcement authorities engage more effectively across national borders to combat transnational environmental crimes? In particular, what legal and institutional routes exist or new pathways must be built to follow the proceeds of forest and fisheries crime? This chapter considers these questions by identifYing existing legal mechanisms, assessing their gaps and then examining possible new approaches to improve international coordination to combat fisheries and forest crimes.
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