Transnational Collaborations

  • Tanya Wyatt
Part of the Critical Criminological Perspectives book series (CCRP)


Looking at each of the stakeholders in turn leads to a discussion now of the transnational collaborations that are formed as a more concerted effort to curb wildlife trafficking. Of course CITES, discussed in relation to enforcement and regulation of wildlife trafficking, can be seen as a transnational collaboration. It is after all the only international convention specifically dealing with wildlife trade. The collaborations that will be expanded upon here though are those that are entered into by governments, international NGOs and intergovernmental organisations outside of the remit of an international convention. Collaboration can be approached in different ways as will be evident in this chapter. These different approaches appear to be by species, by region and by type of agency or agencies. A majority of the collaborations featured here are specific to wildlife trafficking, but INTERPOL and the species collaborations have it as one of several threats that they combat.


Environmental Crime Intergovernmental Organisation Wildlife Crime Wildlife Trade Green Crime 
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© Tanya Wyatt 2013

Authors and Affiliations

  • Tanya Wyatt
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  1. 1.Northumbria UniversityUK

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