Black Market Timber Continues to Find Its Way From Africa to the E.U.
A new report accuses European companies of importing illegally harvested wood from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Social Media Platforms and the Black Market Sale of Cheetahs
A new analysis finds that, between February of 2012 and July of 2018, a total of 1,367 cheetahs were offered on sale through 906 posts on social media.
Indonesia's Persistent Illegal Turtle and Tortoise Trade
A recently published report shows the extent of the country's ongoing problems with the black market sale of animals.
Inside the Ecologically Damaging Practice of Illegal Sand Mining
As real estate building increases across the world, so too does the illegal extract of sand, which results in serious environmental impacts.
Inside Myanmar's Incendiary and Illegal Charcoal Trade
A year-long investigation into the multi-million-dollar charcoal market and how it moves from the villages of Myanmar into Chinese smelters.
Odd Jobs: The Informal Economies Sustaining Large Parts of the Global Workforce
How a 50-acre migrant camp known as "the Jungle" mirrors the reality of commerce in liminal zones and borderlands the world over.