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4 M Meanwhile white rhino killing in South Africa has increased from 13 in 2007 to 1,215 in 2014 – or more than three a day. Africa-wide, nearly 1,300 rhinos were slaughtered for their tusks in 2014. With 1,000 park rangers killed in a decade and poaching syndicates now using helicopters, veterinary drugs and night vision equipment, it’s not surprising that 30,000 African elephants are also killed every year. According to United for Wildlife, poaching could make them extinct in Central Africa without action. Tigers are threatened with a similar fate. Between 2000 and 2014, the parts of at least 1,590 animals were seized in Asia by Customs authorities, and there are now as few as 3,200 left in the wild. Control Risks, a global advisory company, has some handy tips from the world of business that could reduce the logistics industry’s participation in supporting the slaughter of wildlife for profit. In a recent survey of international business attitudes to corruption it observes: “Resisting corruption should be the responsibility of every employee, but that requires leadership by example. Leadership that makes the effort to understand the on-the-ground risks employees face. Leadership that responds with action and support, not just the threat of sanctions for non-compliance.” B