Should conservationists continue to dodge the issue of tax dodging?

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That’s the headline of a useful new article published by Jonathan Hanson and David McNair in the journal Oryx (published by Fauna & Flora International), which you can download without a subscription.

The short article looks at the links between tax abuses and public finances and on governance, and concludes that this is an area where the conservation community could usefully get engaged. And they add the usual rider in this terrain: more research urgently needed.

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