European prosecutors need to work more closely together to tackle the growth in environmental crime, the president of crime agency Eurojust, Michèle Coninsx, said at a meeting on the subject last week.
“Despite the fact that environmental crime is on the increase, we do not see it reflected in the level of prosecutions, nor in the level of successful prosecutions. Together we can find ways to work more effectively," she said.
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