Organised international criminals have been fishing illegally in Indonesian waters for years. Here, just like in the rest of the world’s oceans, one fish in four is caught illegally. If fishing continues at the current rate, the sea will be emptied by 2050. But Indonesia’s Minister of Marine and Fisheries has a novel approach to dealing with these pirates – blowing up and sinking their ships. She has already destroyed more than 200 ships. We join her on patrol.
Gold panning is illegal in French Guyana, and soldiers destroy candestine mines. But the illegal migrants who work there have little other option.More info
We join rangers, in charge of protecting SA's national parks, on patrol and visit an orphanage for baby rhinos whose parents were killed by poachers.More info
In the past 30 years, nearly half the animals of Cameroon have disappeared. We meet those trying to keep them safe.More info