Wildlife Trafficking: the illicit trade in wildlife, animal parts, and derivatives
Editors: Gian Ege, Andreas Schloenhardt, Christian Schwarzenegger
Published as Vol.9 in the series sui generis
Date of Publication: 06/2020 (404 printed pages)
ISBN: 978-3-941159-44-0 (Hardcover)
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Wildlife trafficking threatens the existence of many plant and animal species and accelerates the destruction of wildlife, forests, and other natural resources. It contributes to environmental degradation, destroys unique natural habitats, and deprives many countries and their populations of scarce renewable resources. Nevertheless, preventing and supressing the illegal trade in wildlife, animal parts, and plants is presently not a priority in many countries and it remains overlooked and poorly researched. The chapters included in this volume address causes, characteristics, and actors of wildlife trafficking, analyse detection methods, and explore different international and national legal frameworks.
Prof. Prof. h.c. Dr. Andreas Schloenhardt is Professor of Criminal Law in the School of Law at The University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia and Honorary Professor for foreign and international criminal law in the Faculty of Law at the University of Vienna, Austria.
Prof. Dr. iur. Christian Schwarzenegger is Professor of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure Law and Criminology at the Faculty of Law of the University of Zurich, Switzerland.
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