Fighting Transnational Environmental Crime
Transnational environmental crime (TEC) is often not taken seriously within the broader policy and enforcement community. It is one of the fastest growing areas of cross-border criminal enterprise involving high profits and low risk for those involved in timber traf ficking, wildlife smuggling, the black market in ozone-depletmg substances, and the illegal trade in hazardous and toxic waste. TEC is increasingly characterized by commodity specific smuggling networks, the intrusion of criminal...[Show more]
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