Corruption and wildlife crimea focus on caviar trade

Published 14 Tháng hai 2019


Rotten to the core: tackling the corruption at the heart of the illegal caviar trade

Cambridge, UK, February 2019—With caviar trafficking driving endangered sturgeon and paddlefish species towards extinction, a collaborative study released today highlights the role of corruption in facilitating the illegal trade and recommends how corruption at the heart of wildlife crime across the globe can be addressed.

Corruption and wildlife crime: A focus on caviar trade

Report author(s):
Louisa Musing, Lindsey Harris, Aled Williams, Rob Parry-Jones, Daan van Uhm, Tanya Wyatt

Publication date:
February 2019


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U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre (U4 ACRC) works to reduce the harmful impact of corruption on society, sharing research and evidence to help international development actors get sustainable results. U4 is a permanent centre at the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI) in Norway. CMI is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary research institute with social scientists specialising in development studies.