Wildlife trafficking between the European union and Mexico

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Illegal wildlife trade or wildlife trafficking is a global threat to all kinds of species, not just charismatic megafauna or wildlife in Africa and Asia. This paper presents the findings of an investigation of the illegal trade in native and non-native wildlife and wildlife products between the European Union and Mexico. Using literature analysis, secondary trade data and expert interviews, this study explores the nature and extent of wildlife trafficking between these two regions, including the involvement of organised crime within an eco-global criminological framework. This is important for the regions studied and for the global community more generally, as wildlife trafficking is contributing not only to species extinction, but also to instability, violence and unhealthy physical environments for humans.




Arroyo-Quiroz, I., & Wyatt, T. (2019). Wildlife trafficking between the European union and Mexico. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 8(3), 23–37. https://doi.org/10.5204/ijcjsd.v8i3.1243

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