Report: Cutting Poaching and Other Wildlife Crimes Will Squeeze Terrorist Funds
Governments around the world should work with each other,
non-profits, local residents, and the private sector to reduce poaching
and wildlife crimes that are funneling an estimated $19 billion annually
to terrorists and other criminals, according to a report from the Stimson Center, a Washington, DC-based think tank.
increased role by defense and security organizations, defense
contractors, and technology firms could also be particularly effective
at combatting the problem, according to the report, “Killing Animals,
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