An EU project will help reduce the illegal trade of wildlife products. © Getty Images/iStockphoto
An EU project will help reduce the illegal trade of wildlife products. © Getty Images/iStockphoto

€8m boost for fight against illegal wildlife supply chains

The European Commission (EC) is funding a collaborative project to tackle illegal wildlife supply chains in Asia.

The Partners against Wildlife Crime scheme, which runs to 2022, plans to use alliances among communities and organisations to improve government actions and protect wildlife.

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