|Caparini, Marina Louisa
|Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)
|SIPRI Backgrounders, SIPRI Commentary
|Blog & Commentary
Organized environmental crime has become one of the fastest-growing types of organized crime. In many conflict-affected contexts, it is the primary source of financing for non-state armed groups. In the light of this, how can peace operations and other multilateral actors respond to conflicts that are driven or sustained by activities that involve illegal exploitation and trade in natural resources?
|Environment, Justice and Home Affairs, Security and Defence
|Criminal Law, Organised Crime, Wars | Conflicts