We must not be afraid of corruption in tackling wildlife crime.
We engage governments with diplomacy to take action.
For investigations that result in a Map of Facts, we establish a dialogue with national authorities of the key governments involved to encourage them and their law enforcement authorities to act.
We work in the spirit of co-operation to persuade the governments and national law authorities to take steps to dismantle the criminal networks identified.
If insufficient action is taken, then background pressure is applied via our network of Ambassadors and other stakeholders, varying from governments to regional and local influencers.
We partner as necessary within our national dialogue process, working discretely if necessary, to ensure justice is activated.