Targeting corruption and its proceeds: Why we should mainstream an anti-corruption perspective into “follow the money” approaches to natural resource crime
October 20, 2020
Alexandria Reid, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)
Rob Parry-Jones, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
Tom Keatinge, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)
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“Follow the money” (FTM) techniques are increasingly being applied to investigate natural resource crimes and networks, but the corruption that facilitates these crimes is not often included in programs and initiatives that apply financial investigations to environmental crime. The FTM approach analyzes the illicit natural resource supply chain from a financial perspective. This mindset can be used to identify all possible financial responses to corruption from a crime prevention, detection and enforcement perspective.
For more resources, visit the Targeting Natural Resource Corruption project Knowledge Hub