DG Justice Project

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The European Network against Environmental Crimes (ENEC) has adopted proposals for a European Action Plan to combat illegal poisoning of wildlife. The document proposes a coordinated strategy for all Member States to prevent, deter, monitor and ultimately, prosecute cases of illegal poisoning of wildlife within the European Union, where the illegal use of poison remains a serious problem for wildlife

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Madrid,15th February 2015. On 11th February 2015 was held in Madrid the First European Workshop against Environmental Crime which brings together members of the European Network Against Environmental Crime (ENEC). The event, organized by SEO/BirdLife, was focused on improving the prosecution of environmental crimes in Europe, including crimes against wildlife and especially illegal killing and taking of birds. In total, the

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Apart from causing economic losses, environmental crime is a serious and growing international problem that has devastating effects on environment and human health. Some actions that could be consider as environmental crime are the illegal killing of wildlife, use of poisoned baits, habitat destructions, illegal trade in wildlife, emission or discharge of substances into air, water or soil, illegal trade