China, Vietnam, Laos are hotspots for the criminal wildlife trade: does Asia really care about biodiversity?

As world leaders at COP27 discuss climate and biodiversity emergency, illegal buying and selling of protected, rare species thriving in Laos; China and Vietnam key markets for the likes of ‘exotic’ pets and pangolin, rhino, tiger parts.

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