About this speaker
Daniel Stiles has been an independent illegal wildlife trade investigator since 1999, specializing in trade and market studies of endangered live wildlife and their derivative products. His research has provided key trafficking operations and price data on ivory, great apes and other products that have been used by UN agencies, the World Bank, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and TRAFFIC. Prior to that, he worked in academia and the UN in the field of past and present natural resource use and management. He has written or contributed to reports by the UN Environment Programme, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, IUCN, TRAFFIC, GI-TOC and a number of conservation NGOs.