TNRC Knowledge Hub - Supply chains

Supply Chains

Consumers want legal, sustainable natural resource products. But corruption, in many forms, may occur at a range of points along natural resource supply chains, undermining confidence in the legality and sustainability of the product.

This page provides information, guidance, and tools for practitioners who want to engage private sector or government partners to enhance the sustainability and legality of supply chains. The contents outline corruption risks along forest, fishery, and wildlife supply chains, and the good practices and tools available to address vulnerabilities in various contexts.

Inside this Topic

1. Introduction 

2. Manifestations of corruption along natural resource supply chains

3. Anti-corruption approaches for supply chain integrity

3.1 Changing and enforcing the rules
3.2 Transparency and accountability
3.3 Social norms and behavior change


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