I envision a world, where the death of one species, does not benefit others. When in comes to poaching, it is unfortunately just like that now. A dead wild tiger, elephant ivory tusks or rhino horns can be worth thousands of dollars on the black market. Usually it is large networks of criminals who earn money with that, and usually it's the big investors who make the big bucks, that they could easily earn somewhere else as well.
I want to live in a world, where humans and nature coexist to benefit each other. We can achieve that by strong environmental laws, strong governance and law enforcement, better community inclusion for poverty alleviation and better education about revenue streams from living wild animals vs. dead wild animals.
Totally agree -- poaching and the devastation of species for human greed is heinous. I'm curious what policies you would target to limit it though? Or would you try to funnel money into anti-poaching operations?