Globally, 72–90% of wildlife products (by volume) are trafficked by sea. Hong Kong hosts the world’s 8th largest container port, and is a key node in global transport and financial networks, acting as a bottleneck for trade and financial flows related to wildlife crime.
Our mission is to tackle the economic and logistics frameworks that underpin the illegal wildlife trade. We work to impair trafficking operations by making them more difficult and costly.
HOW TO SPOT WILDLIFE CRIME IN MARITIME CARGORED FLAG INDICATORS FOR WILDLIFE AND TIMBER TRAFFICKING IN CONTAINERISED SEA CARGO