Monthly Archives: September 2016

Arctic poses new conflict questions

The recent news that the summer ice covering the Arctic Ocean was recorded as being the equal second lowest on record is a reminder that the planet is swiftly heading towards a largely ice-free Arctic in the warmer months. Most … Continue reading

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Unpicking the turtle ‘wars’

With the CITES Conference of Parties (CoP) being held in Johannesburg, much of the focus on transnational wildlife crime is directed towards Africa and Asia; however, wildlife crime is sharply rising in Latin America. The Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT), the … Continue reading

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