Tag: enforcement

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Behind The Veneer

A report into how Indonesia’s last rainforests are being felled for flooring. Merbau, a highly valuable hardwood, is being ruthlessly targeted by illegal logging syndicates in Indonesian Papua to supply the booming demand for tropical hardwood flooring

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The Illegal Logging Crisis in Honduras

A report into how US and EU imports of illegal Honduran wood increase poverty, fuel corruption and devastate forests and communities. Illegal logging is so extensive that even the Honduran Forest Agency admits it does not know the size of the annual cut

Front cover of our report entitled The Tiger Skin Trail
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The Tiger Skin Trail

A report released at the 13th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (CoP13) of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). It reveals new evidence of the illegal trade in tiger skins, drawing together information from India, Nepal and China as the source, transit and destination countries

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The Enforcement Imperative

Report on how enforcement measures must be strengthened and implemented as a matter of urgency if the illegal trade in ivory is to be tackled effectively. The sophistication and scope of organised crime syndicates far outweigh the capacity and resources of many enforcement agencies, particularly in developing countries

Front cover of our report entitled The Ramin Racket: The Role of CITES in Curbing Illegal Timber Trade
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The Ramin Racket

A report on the role of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in curbing illegal timber trade and protecting endangered tree species. Despite the success of its current CITES listing, endangered ramin remains under threat, with remnants of Malaysia’s ramin forests exploited unsustainably

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Above The Law

A report into how corruption of Indonesian police and government officials is to blame for continued illegal logging in Indonesia’s national parks.We urge Indonesian President Megawati Soekarnoputri to ensure her Government acts against timber barons such as Peoples’ Consultative Assembly member Abdul Rasyid