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PREFACE

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY INTRODUCTION

GORILLA STATUS AND DISTRIBUTION

THREATS TO GORILLAS FROM HUMAN CONFLICT

NATURAL RESOURCE EXPLOITATION FOR FINANCING WARFARE, DESTRUCTION OF GREAT APE HABITAT AND POACHING

ROLE OF MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES AND NETWORKS STRUCTURE OF CORPORATE NETWORKS

HABITAT LOSS/DEGRADATION DUE TO LOGGING, AGRICULTURE AND CHARCOAL

MINING IN GORILLA FORESTS – COLTAN, CASSITERITE, DIAMONDS, GOLD, COBALT AND URANIUM BUSHMEAT TRADE AND POACHING ORGANIZED ILLEGAL TRADE IN LIVE GORILLAS PATHOGENIC THREATS TO GORILLA CONSERVATION

SCENARIOS OF GORILLAS – THE LAST STAND

COUNTERING ILLEGAL LOGGING, POACHING AND TRADE LAW ENFORCEMENT CAPACITY BUILDING

TRAINING OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PARK MANAGERS

THE ROLE OF TRANS-BOUNDARY INVESTIGATIVE BODIES

GORILLA CONSERVATION AT THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL LEVEL

TRANS-BOUNDARY COLLABORATION – A TOOL TO CONSERVE BIODIVERSITY AND PROMOTE PEACE? CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS REFERENCES

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