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Wildlife Crime: The illicit trade of wildlife in Asia is worth billions of dollars a year, fueling organized crime, corruption and violence. This UNODC video illustrates the tragic toll and explains how you can drive change. Share it today. Available in:
60 seconds - English, Bahasa, 中文, ไทย, Tiếng Việt
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3 March is World Wildlife Day, reminding us that the future of wildlife is #InOurHands. Organized crime is impacting the world's forests and animals. Criminal networks are generating massive illicit profits at the expense of these fauna and flora and harming the people who depend on them. Share this new video and help encourage people across the globe to get #SeriousAboutWildlifeCrime.
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Asia Wildlife Enforcement and Demand Management Project