You've probably got no idea how big the problem of timber trafficking is
Rosewood is so profitable on the black market that it has earned the moniker ‘the ivory of the forest’.
Kenny Wallen is an environmental social scientist and Assistant Professor at the Arkansas Forest Resources Center and School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Arkansas at Monticello. His work explores human behavior and behavior change in the context of the environment, conservation, and natural resources management. Research focuses on the dynamics of: (a) norms, values, and institutions, (b) cognitive, social, and policy processes, and (c) individuals, groups, and environments.