Online Manual on Creating and Sustaining Regional Enforcement Networks
This manual provides practical information for organizers and leaders of regional networks that are just starting up or are fully operational and striving to become more effective in delivering value to their members.
Each section gives a concise overview of considerations, challenges, and best practices relating to a principal aspect of network operation.
|Establishing Networks||Background Information|
Key Activities & Publications
Elephants over Ivory: Challenges and Responses to the Poaching of Elephants in East and Central Africa
This article was submitted to INECE by Chelsea Saber, a student at George[...]
The video Assessment of State Enforcement Performance in the US (with Chinese subtitles[...]
RENA assists 8 beneficiary countries in the Western Balkans in exchange of information and experience in the field of environment in the prospect of EU accession.
Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, Ministro de Medio Ambiente de Perú, habla del importancia de[...]
Building capacity among environmental and customs officials for detecting illegal transboundary shipments of hazardous and electronic wastes was the focus of the Second International Hazardous Waste Inspection Project.
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News & Updates
A recent Interpol Environmental Crime Programme press release discusses a capacity building[...]
The Sun Star Cebu (Philippines) today reports on a decision by the Office of[...]
The US Environmental Protection Agency released its March 2013 Environmental Crimes Bulletin. The[...]
Call for Papers: International Environmental Enforcement Networks — Concepts, Implementation and Effectiveness
Call for Papers International Conference on Environmental Enforcement Networks: Concepts, Implementation and[...]
From the USDOJ Press Release Wifredo A. Ferrer, United States Attorney for[...]
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