TNRC Knowledge Hub

Image representing TNRC's four focus areas: wildlife, fisheries, forests, and finance

Targeting Natural Resource Corruption

Harnessing knowledge, generating evidence, and supporting innovative policy and practice for more effective anti-corruption programming

The Knowledge Hub

Experience shows that countering corruption requires interdependent approaches and that contextual factors will always affect their feasibility and effectiveness. A suite of resources and tools have been developed to advance anti-corruption knowledge and support the integration of good practice into conservation work.

Topic Areas

Corruption undermines real and rapid progress across a range of conservation and natural resource management priorities. The topic areas below organize information to help users navigate the issues and identify the most relevant resources, including current research, evidence, and guidance on core topics, case studies, expert insights, and practical tools.

Women in conservation

Communities and Inclusion

Understand the impact of corruption on community-based conservation efforts and Identify anti-corruption approaches to support inclusive conservation objectives.

Skyline sunset Jakarta, Indonesia

Illicit Financial Flows

Understand how illicit financial flows and associated corruption facilitate environmental harms and explore ways that conservation programming can address this challenge.

La Chorrera indigenous community and WWF-Colombia

Situation Analysis

Learn more about assessing the threats that corruption may pose to conservation objectives and identify responses that are appropriate to a specific context.

Fishing boats

Supply Chains

Understand the corruption risks along forest, fishery, and wildlife supply chains, and the strengths and limitations of various anti-corruption approaches to address these risks.

Resources will be added as new material becomes available. Check back often for updates.

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