Corruption in natural resource sectors undermines global development and biodiversity conservation efforts. Targeting Natural Resource Corruption (TNRC), a 5-year, USAID-funded project, brings together a consortium of conservation and anti-corruption experts to respond to this challenge. The TNRC consortium is led by World Wildlife Fund (WWF) with the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre at the Chr. Michelsen Institute, TRAFFIC, and the Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center (TraCCC) at George Mason University.
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TraCCC-authored publications for this project:
- UNBREAKABLE: FEMALES FIGHTING POACHING: A Study on Gender Impact in Decreasing Corruption within Anti-Poaching Units in Africa
- The International Links of Peruvian Illegal Timber: A Trade Discrepancy Analysis
- Trade-Based Money Laundering and Natural Resource Corruption
- Why is money laundering a critical issue in natural resource corruption?