The ‘timber detectives’ on the front lines of illegal wood trade

International

Hamburg, GermanyUnder tungsten light on a bleak winter day, Gerald Koch gazes up from a black microscope, adjusts his rimless glasses, and gestures at a monitor displaying a slice, thinner than a hair, of suspected illegal timber.“I only need to look at these two to know immediately it comes from South America,” he says, pointing…

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