Asia

Report/StudySummaryDocuments including WEEE flows/quantities
Project REN Project to detect and prevent illegal cross border trade of ozone depleting substances in Asia Pacific regionUNEP: Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) and national customs administrations of 25 Asia Pacific countries, 2011: The project aims to detect and prevent illegal cross border trade of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) other harmful chemicals and hazardous waste in 25 countries of the Asia Pacific region. 48
Project Sky-Hole-Patching I&II.United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), 2010: Project designed to monitor the movement of suspicious shipments of ozone depleting chemicals and dangerous cwaste in the Asia Pacific region.48
Asia E-waste ProjectBasel Convention Coordinating Center for Asia & Pacific (BCRC China), Government of Japan, 2005: "This programme focuses on enhancement of the capacity of Parties to manage E-waste in an environmentally sound way. The followings are the strategic objectives: Assessment of the current situation on E-waste; Prevention and minimization of E-waste; Introduction of the environmentally sound management of E-waste; Promotion of information and training for all sectors."
Handbook of Transnational Environmental CrimeLorraine Elliott, William H. Schaedla, 2016: Crimes associated with the illegal trade in wildlife, timber and fish stocks, pollutants and waste have become increasingly transnational, organised and serious. They warrant attention because of their environmental consequences, their human toll, their impacts on the rule of law and good governance, and their links with violence, corruption and a range of crossover crimes. This ground-breaking, multi-disciplinary Handbook brings together leading scholars and practitioners to examine key sectors in transnational environmental crime and to explore its most significant conceptual, operational and enforcement challenges.
Transnational organized crime in east Asia & the Pacific (Tocta 2013)UNDOC, 2013: Chapter 9 on illicit trade in electrical and electronic waste (e-waste) from the world to the region