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The Resource Environmental crime, edited by Rob White (Professor of Criminology, School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania, Australia)

Environmental crime, edited by Rob White (Professor of Criminology, School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania, Australia)

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Environmental crime
Title
Environmental crime
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edited by Rob White (Professor of Criminology, School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania, Australia)
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Language
eng
Summary
"Environmental crime is arguably the most vital and destructive crime of the 21st century, especially in the light of climate change and shifts in social, economic and ecological circumstances that will accompany global warming. This two volume set explores the nature and dynamics of environmental crime and investigates a variety of topics including illegal fishing, poaching, wildlife crimes, animal abuse, climate change and ecocide as well as crimes related to waste, energy and contamination. Together with an original introduction by the editor, this collection provides researchers and students alike with a comprehensive overview of crimes pertaining to the environment"--
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HV6401
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.E58 2020
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • White, Rob
  • Edward Elgar Publishing
Series statement
International library of law and the environment series
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Offenses against the environment
Label
Environmental crime, edited by Rob White (Professor of Criminology, School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania, Australia)
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Publication
Note
The recommended readings are available in the print version, or may be available via the link to your library's holdings
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
  • Recommended readings (Machine generated): 1. Susan F. Mandiberg (2009), 'Locating the Environmental Harm in Environmental Crimes', Utah Law Review, 4, 1177-222 2 -- 2. Brian J. Preston (2007), 'Principled Sentencing for Environmental Offences - Part 2: Sentencing Considerations and Options', Criminal Law Journal, 31 (3), 142-64 48 -- 3. Ali Mohamed Al-Damkhi, Ali Mohamed Khuraibet, Sabah Ahmed Adbul-Wahab and Faten Abdul-Hameed Al-Attar (2009), 'COMMENTARY: Toward Defining the Concept of Environmental Crime on the Basis of Sustainability', Environmental Practice, 11 (2), June, 115-24 71 -- 4. Glen Wright (2011), 'Conceptualising and Combating Transnational Environmental Crime', Trends in Organised Crime, 14 (4), December, 332-46 81 -- 5. Lorraine Elliott (2012), 'Fighting Transnational Environmental Crime', Journal of International Affairs, 66 (1), Fall-Winter, 87-104 96 -- 6. Greg L. Warchol, Linda L. Zupan and Willie Clack (2003), 'Transnational Criminality: An Analysis of the Illegal Wildlife Market in Southern Africa', International Criminal Justice Review, 13 (1), May, 1-27 114 -- 7. Carole Gibbs, Meredith L. Gore, Edmund F. McGarrell and Louie Rivers III (2010), 'Introducing Conservation Criminology: Towards Interdisciplinary Scholarship on Environmental Crimes and Risks', British Journal of Criminology, 50 (1), 124-44 141 -- 8. Leo R. Douglas and Kelvin Alie (2014), 'High-Value Natural Resources: Linking Wildlife Conservation to International Conflict, Insecurity, and Development Concerns', Biological Conservation, 171, 270-77 162 -- 9. Rob White (2017), 'The Four Ways of Eco-Global Criminology', International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 6 (1), 8-22 170 -- 10. Avi Brisman and Nigel South (2019), 'Green Criminology and Environmental Crimes and Harms', Sociology Compass, 13 (1), January, 1-12 185 -- 11. John L. McMullan and David C. Perrier (2002), 'Lobster Poaching and the Ironies of Law Enforcement', Law and Society Review, 36 (4), January, 679-717 198 -- 12. Maria Hauck (2009), 'Crime, Environment and Power: Revisiting the Abalone Fishery', South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 22 (2), January, 229-45 237 -- 13. Nerea Marteache, Julie Viollaz and Gohar A. Petrossian (2015), 'Factors Influencing the Choice of a Safe Haven for Offloading Illegally Caught Fish: A Comparative Analysis of Developed and Developing Economies', Crime Science, 4 (32), October, 1-13 254 -- 14. Gohar Petrossian, Judith S. Weis and Stephen F. Pires (2015), 'Factors Affecting Crab and Lobster Species Subject to IUU Fishing', Ocean and Coastal Management, 106, March, 29-34 267 -- 15. Gohar A. Petrossian (2015), 'Preventing Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing: A Situational Approach', Biological Conservation, 189, September, 39-48 273 -- 16. Eve de Coning and Emma Witbooi (2015), 'Towards a New "Fisheries Crime" Paradigm: South Africa as an Illustrative Example', Marine Policy, 60, October, 208-15 283 -- 17. Stephen Pires and Ronald V. Clarke (2012), 'Are Parrots CRAVED? An Analysis of Parrot Poaching in Mexico', Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 49 (1), March, 122-46 292 -- 18. Stephen F. Pires, Jacqueline L. Schneider, Mauricio Herrera and José L. Hella (2016), 'Spatial, Temporal and Age Sources of Variation in Parrot Poaching in Bolivia', Bird Conservation International, 26 (3), September, 293-306 317 -- 19. Ronald V. Clarke and Rolf A. de By (2013), 'Poaching, Habitat Loss and the Decline of Neotropical Parrots: A Comparative Spatial Analysis', Journal of Experimental Criminology, 9 (3), April, 333-53 331
  • 20. Stephen F. Pires, Jacqueline L. Schneider and Mauricio Herrera (2016), 'Organized Crime or Crime that is Organized? The Parrot Trade in the Neotropics', Trends in Organized Crime, 19 (1), March, 4-20 352 -- 21. Jessica S. Kahler and Meredith L. Gore (2012), 'Beyond the Cooking Pot and Pocket Book: Factors Influencing Noncompliance with Wildlife Poaching Rules', International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 36 (2), May, 103-20 369 -- 22. Erica von Essen, Hans Peter Hansen, Helena Nordström Källström, M. Nils Peterson and Tarla Rai Peterson (2014), 'Deconstructing the Poaching Phenomenon: A Review of Typologies for Understanding Illegal Hunting', British Journal of Criminology, 54 (4), July, 632-51 387 -- 23. Anita Lavorgna (2014), 'Wildlife Trafficking in the Internet Age', Crime Science, 3 (5), April, 1-12 408 -- 24. Daan van Uhm (2016), 'Monkey Business: The Illegal Trade in Barbary Macaques', Journal of Trafficking, Organized Crime and Security, 2 (1), 36-49 420 -- 25. William D. Moreto and A.M. Lemieux (2015), 'From CRAVED to CAPTURED: Introducing a Product-based Framework to Examine Illegal Wildlife Markets', European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 21 (3), December, 303-20 434 -- 26. Anh Cao Ngoc and Tanya Wyatt (2013), 'A Green Criminological Exploration of Illegal Wildlife Trade in Vietnam', Asian Journal of Criminology, 8 (2), June, 129-42 452 -- 27. Rebecca W.Y. Wong (2016), 'The Organization of the Illegal Tiger Parts Trade in China', British Journal of Criminology, 56 (5), September, 995-1013 466 -- 28. Duarte Gonçalves (2017), 'Society and the Rhino: A Whole-of-Society Approach to Wildlife Crime in South Africa', South African Crime Quarterly, 60, June, 9-18 485 -- 29. Geertrui Cazaux (1999), 'Beauty and the Beast: Animal Abuse from a Non-Speciesist Criminological Perspective', Crime, Law and Social Change, 31 (2), March, 105-26 496 -- 30. Michelle Larkins Jacques, Carole Gibbs and Louie Rivers III (2013), 'Confined Animal Feeding Operations', CRIMSOC: Journal of Social Criminology, 4, Autumn, 10-63 518 -- 31. Ragnhild Sollund (2011), 'Expressions of Speciesism: The Effects of Keeping Companion Animals on Animal Abuse, Animal Trafficking and Species Decline', Crime, Law and Social Change, 55 (5), June, 437-51 572 -- 32. Piers Beirne (2014), 'Theriocide: Naming Animal Killing', International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 3 (2), 49-66 587 -- 33. Gareth Enticott (2011), 'Techniques of Neutralising Wildlife Crime in Rural England and Wales', Journal of Rural Studies, 27 (2), April, 200-208 605 -- 34. Angus Nurse (2016), 'Beyond the Property Debate: Animal Welfare as a Public Good', Contemporary Justice Review, 19 (2), 174-87 614 -- 1. Clifford Shearing (2015), 'Criminology and the Anthropocene', Criminology and Criminal Justice, 15 (3), June, 255-69 2 -- 2. Robert Agnew (2012), 'Dire Forecast: A Theoretical Model of the Impact of Climate Change on Crime', Theoretical Criminology, 16 (1), February, 21-42 17 -- 3. Matthew Ranson (2014), 'Crime, Weather, and Climate Change', Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 67 (3), 274-302 39 -- 4. Polly Higgins, Damien Short and Nigel South (2013), 'Protecting the Planet: A Proposal for a Law of Ecocide', Crime, Law and Social Change, 59 (3), 251-66 68
  • 5. Ronald C. Kramer (2013), 'Carbon in the Atmosphere and Power in America: Climate Change as State-Corporate Crime', Journal of Crime and Justice, 36 (2), 153-70 84 -- 6. William C. Tucker (2012), 'Deceitful Tongues: Is Climate Change Denial a Crime?', Ecology Law Quarterly, 39 (3), 831-92 102 -- 7. Deniz Tekayak (2016), 'Protecting Earth Rights and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Towards an International Crime of Ecocide', Fourth World Journal, 14 (2), Winter, 5-13 164 -- 8. Rob White and Ronald C. Kramer (2015), 'Critical Criminology and the Struggle Against Climate Change Ecocide', Critical Criminology, 23 (4), November, 383-99 173 -- 9. Reece Walters (2010), 'Toxic Atmospheres Air Pollution, Trade and the Politics of Regulation', Critical Criminology, 18 (4), 307-23 191 -- 10. Rebecca S. Katz (2010), 'The Corporate Crimes of Dow Chemical and the Failure to Regulate Environmental Pollution', Critical Criminology, 18 (4), 295-306 208 -- 11. Lieselot C.J. Bisschop, Staci Strobl and Julie S. Viollaz (2018), 'Getting into Deep Water: Coastal Land Loss and State-Corporate Crime in the Louisiana Bayou', British Journal of Criminology, 58 (4), July, 886-905 220 -- 12. Elaine Barclay and Robyn Bartel (2015), 'Defining Environmental Crime: The Perspective of Farmers', Journal of Rural Studies, 39, June, 188-98 240 -- 13. Hope Johnson, Nigel South and Reece Walters (2016), 'The Commodification and Exploitation of Fresh Water: Property, Human Rights and Green Criminology', International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 44, March, 146-62 251 -- 14. Robyn Luise Bartel (2005), 'When the Heavenly Gaze Criminalises: Satellite Surveillance, Land Clearance Regulation and the Human-Nature Relationship', Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 16 (3), March, 322-39 268 -- 15. Don Liddick (2010), 'The Traffic in Garbage and Hazardous Wastes: An Overview', Trends in Organized Crime, 13 (2-3), September, 134-46 287 -- 16. Vincenzo Ruggiero and Nigel South (2013), 'Toxic State-Corporate Crimes, Neo-Liberalism and Green Criminology: The Hazards and Legacies of the Oil, Chemical and Mineral Industries', International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 2 (2), 12-26 300 -- 17. Karen Hulme and Damien Short (2014), 'Ecocide and the "Polluter Pays" Principle: The Case of Fracking', Environmental Scientist, April, 7-10 315 -- 18. David M. Uhlmann (2011), 'After the Spill is Gone: The Gulf of Mexico, Environmental Crime, and the Criminal Law', Michigan Law Review, 109, June, 1413-61 319 -- 19. Elizabeth A. Bradshaw (2015), '"Obviously, We're all Oil Industry": The Criminogenic Structure of the Offshore Oil Industry', Theoretical Criminology, 19 (3), 376-95 368 -- 20. Dale C. Spencer and Amy Fitzgerald (2013), 'Three Ecologies, Transversality and Victimization: The Case of the British Petroleum Oil Spill', Crime, Law and Social Change, 59 (2), March, 209-23 388 -- 21. Tim Boekhout van Solinge (2010), 'Deforestation Crimes and Conflicts in the Amazon', Critical Criminology, 18 (4), December, 263-77 404 -- 22. Penny Green, Tony Ward and Kirsten McConnachie (2007), 'Logging and Legality: Environmental Crime, Civil Society, and the State', Social Justice, 34 (2), September, 94-110 419 -- 23. Lieselot Bisschop (2012), 'Out of the Woods: The Illegal Trade in Tropical Timber and a European Trade Hub', Global Crime, 13 (3), August, 191-212 436
  • 24. Reece Walters (2004), 'Criminology and Genetically Modified Food', British Journal of Criminology, 44 (2), March, 151-67 458 -- 25. David Rodríguez Goyes and Nigel South (2016), 'Land-Grabs, Biopiracy and the Inversion of Justice in Colombia', British Journal of Criminology, 56 (3), 558-77 475 -- 26. Reece Walters (2006), 'Crime, Bio-Agriculture and the Exploitation of Hunger', British Journal of Criminology, 46 (1), 26-45 495 -- 27. Johan Bergenas and Ariella Knight (2015), 'Green Terror: Environmental Crime and Illicit Financing', SAIS Review of International Affairs, 35 (1), Winter-Spring, 119-31 516 -- 28. Henrik Österblom, Andrew Constable and Sayaka Fukumi (2011), 'Illegal Fishing and the Organized Crime Analogy', Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 26 (6), June, 261-62 529 -- 29. Daan P. van Uhm and William D. Moreto (2018), 'Corruption Within the Illegal Wildlife Trade: A Symbiotic and Antithetical Enterprise', British Journal of Criminology, 58 (4), July, 864-85 531 -- 30. Peter Martin and Reece Walters (2013), 'Fraud Risk and the Visibility of Carbon', International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 2 (2), September, 27-42 553 -- 31. Stefano Caneppele, Michele Riccardi and Priscilla Standridge (2013), 'Green Energy and Black Economy: Mafia Investments in the Wind Power Sector in Italy', Crime, Law and Social Change, 59 (3), April, 319-39 569 -- 32. Julie Ayling (2013), 'What Sustains Wildlife Crime? Rhino Horn Trading and the Resilience of Criminal Networks', Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy, 16 (1), March, 57-80 590 -- 20. Stephen F. Pires, Jacqueline L. Schneider and Mauricio Herrera -- (2016), 'Organized Crime or Crime that is Organized? The Parrot -- Trade in the Neotropics', Trends in Organized Crime, 19 (1), -- March, 4-20 352 -- 21. Jessica S. Kahler and Meredith L. Gore (2012), 'Beyond the -- Cooking Pot and Pocket Book: Factors Influencing Noncompliance -- with Wildlife Poaching Rules', International Journal of -- Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 36 (2), May, 103-20 369 -- 22. Erica von Essen, Hans Peter Hansen, Helena Nordström Källström, -- M. Nils Peterson and Tarla Rai Peterson (2014), 'Deconstructing
  • the Poaching Phenomenon: A Review of Typologies for -- Understanding Illegal Hunting', British Journal of Criminology, -- 54 (4), July, 632-51 387 -- PART IV WILDLIFE CRIMES -- 23. Anita Lavorgna (2014), 'Wildlife Trafficking in the Internet Age', -- Crime Science, 3 (5), April, 1-12 408 -- 24. Daan van Uhm (2016), 'Monkey Business: The Illegal Trade in -- Barbary Macaques', Journal of Trafficking, Organized Crime and -- Security, 2 (1), 36-49 420 -- 25. William D. Moreto and A.M. Lemieux (2015), 'From CRAVED to -- CAPTURED: Introducing a Product-based Framework to Examine -- Illegal Wildlife Markets', European Journal on Criminal Policy -- and Research, 21 (3), December, 303-20 434 -- 26. Anh Cao Ngoc and Tanya Wyatt (2013), 'A Green Criminological -- Exploration of Illegal Wildlife Trade in Vietnam', Asian Journal of -- Criminology, 8 (2), June, 129-42 452 -- 27. Rebecca W.Y. Wong (2016), 'The Organization of the Illegal Tiger -- Parts Trade in China', British Journal of Criminology, 56 (5),
  • September, 995-1013 466 -- 28. Duarte Gonçalves (2017), 'Society and the Rhino: A Whole-of- -- Society Approach to Wildlife Crime in South Africa', South African -- Crime Quarterly, 60, June, 9-18 485 -- PART V ANIMAL ABUSE AND KILLING OF ANIMALS -- 29. Geertrui Cazaux (1999), 'Beauty and the Beast: Animal Abuse from -- a Non-Speciesist Criminological Perspective', Crime, Law and -- Social Change, 31 (2), March, 105-26 496 -- 30. Michelle Larkins Jacques, Carole Gibbs and Louie Rivers III -- (2013), 'Confined Animal Feeding Operations', CRIMSOC: -- Journal of Social Criminology, 4, Autumn, 10-63 518 -- 31. Ragnhild Sollund (2011), 'Expressions of Speciesism: The Effects -- of Keeping Companion Animals on Animal Abuse, Animal -- Trafficking and Species Decline', Crime, Law and Social Change, -- 55 (5), June, 437-51 572 -- 32. Piers Beirne (2014), 'Theriocide: Naming Animal Killing', -- International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, -- 3 (2), 49-66 587
  • 33. Gareth Enticott (2011), 'Techniques of Neutralising Wildlife Crime -- in Rural England and Wales', Journal of Rural Studies, 27 (2), -- April, 200-208 605 -- 34. Angus Nurse (2016), 'Beyond the Property Debate: Animal Welfare -- as a Public Good', Contemporary Justice Review, 19 (2), 174-87 614
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unknown
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1 online resource (1,280 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781788970631
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(e-book)
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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remote
Label
Environmental crime, edited by Rob White (Professor of Criminology, School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania, Australia)
Publication
Note
The recommended readings are available in the print version, or may be available via the link to your library's holdings
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Recommended readings (Machine generated): 1. Susan F. Mandiberg (2009), 'Locating the Environmental Harm in Environmental Crimes', Utah Law Review, 4, 1177-222 2 -- 2. Brian J. Preston (2007), 'Principled Sentencing for Environmental Offences - Part 2: Sentencing Considerations and Options', Criminal Law Journal, 31 (3), 142-64 48 -- 3. Ali Mohamed Al-Damkhi, Ali Mohamed Khuraibet, Sabah Ahmed Adbul-Wahab and Faten Abdul-Hameed Al-Attar (2009), 'COMMENTARY: Toward Defining the Concept of Environmental Crime on the Basis of Sustainability', Environmental Practice, 11 (2), June, 115-24 71 -- 4. Glen Wright (2011), 'Conceptualising and Combating Transnational Environmental Crime', Trends in Organised Crime, 14 (4), December, 332-46 81 -- 5. Lorraine Elliott (2012), 'Fighting Transnational Environmental Crime', Journal of International Affairs, 66 (1), Fall-Winter, 87-104 96 -- 6. Greg L. Warchol, Linda L. Zupan and Willie Clack (2003), 'Transnational Criminality: An Analysis of the Illegal Wildlife Market in Southern Africa', International Criminal Justice Review, 13 (1), May, 1-27 114 -- 7. Carole Gibbs, Meredith L. Gore, Edmund F. McGarrell and Louie Rivers III (2010), 'Introducing Conservation Criminology: Towards Interdisciplinary Scholarship on Environmental Crimes and Risks', British Journal of Criminology, 50 (1), 124-44 141 -- 8. Leo R. Douglas and Kelvin Alie (2014), 'High-Value Natural Resources: Linking Wildlife Conservation to International Conflict, Insecurity, and Development Concerns', Biological Conservation, 171, 270-77 162 -- 9. Rob White (2017), 'The Four Ways of Eco-Global Criminology', International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 6 (1), 8-22 170 -- 10. Avi Brisman and Nigel South (2019), 'Green Criminology and Environmental Crimes and Harms', Sociology Compass, 13 (1), January, 1-12 185 -- 11. John L. McMullan and David C. Perrier (2002), 'Lobster Poaching and the Ironies of Law Enforcement', Law and Society Review, 36 (4), January, 679-717 198 -- 12. Maria Hauck (2009), 'Crime, Environment and Power: Revisiting the Abalone Fishery', South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 22 (2), January, 229-45 237 -- 13. Nerea Marteache, Julie Viollaz and Gohar A. Petrossian (2015), 'Factors Influencing the Choice of a Safe Haven for Offloading Illegally Caught Fish: A Comparative Analysis of Developed and Developing Economies', Crime Science, 4 (32), October, 1-13 254 -- 14. Gohar Petrossian, Judith S. Weis and Stephen F. Pires (2015), 'Factors Affecting Crab and Lobster Species Subject to IUU Fishing', Ocean and Coastal Management, 106, March, 29-34 267 -- 15. Gohar A. Petrossian (2015), 'Preventing Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing: A Situational Approach', Biological Conservation, 189, September, 39-48 273 -- 16. Eve de Coning and Emma Witbooi (2015), 'Towards a New "Fisheries Crime" Paradigm: South Africa as an Illustrative Example', Marine Policy, 60, October, 208-15 283 -- 17. Stephen Pires and Ronald V. Clarke (2012), 'Are Parrots CRAVED? An Analysis of Parrot Poaching in Mexico', Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 49 (1), March, 122-46 292 -- 18. Stephen F. Pires, Jacqueline L. Schneider, Mauricio Herrera and José L. Hella (2016), 'Spatial, Temporal and Age Sources of Variation in Parrot Poaching in Bolivia', Bird Conservation International, 26 (3), September, 293-306 317 -- 19. Ronald V. Clarke and Rolf A. de By (2013), 'Poaching, Habitat Loss and the Decline of Neotropical Parrots: A Comparative Spatial Analysis', Journal of Experimental Criminology, 9 (3), April, 333-53 331
  • 20. Stephen F. Pires, Jacqueline L. Schneider and Mauricio Herrera (2016), 'Organized Crime or Crime that is Organized? The Parrot Trade in the Neotropics', Trends in Organized Crime, 19 (1), March, 4-20 352 -- 21. Jessica S. Kahler and Meredith L. Gore (2012), 'Beyond the Cooking Pot and Pocket Book: Factors Influencing Noncompliance with Wildlife Poaching Rules', International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 36 (2), May, 103-20 369 -- 22. Erica von Essen, Hans Peter Hansen, Helena Nordström Källström, M. Nils Peterson and Tarla Rai Peterson (2014), 'Deconstructing the Poaching Phenomenon: A Review of Typologies for Understanding Illegal Hunting', British Journal of Criminology, 54 (4), July, 632-51 387 -- 23. Anita Lavorgna (2014), 'Wildlife Trafficking in the Internet Age', Crime Science, 3 (5), April, 1-12 408 -- 24. Daan van Uhm (2016), 'Monkey Business: The Illegal Trade in Barbary Macaques', Journal of Trafficking, Organized Crime and Security, 2 (1), 36-49 420 -- 25. William D. Moreto and A.M. Lemieux (2015), 'From CRAVED to CAPTURED: Introducing a Product-based Framework to Examine Illegal Wildlife Markets', European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 21 (3), December, 303-20 434 -- 26. Anh Cao Ngoc and Tanya Wyatt (2013), 'A Green Criminological Exploration of Illegal Wildlife Trade in Vietnam', Asian Journal of Criminology, 8 (2), June, 129-42 452 -- 27. Rebecca W.Y. Wong (2016), 'The Organization of the Illegal Tiger Parts Trade in China', British Journal of Criminology, 56 (5), September, 995-1013 466 -- 28. Duarte Gonçalves (2017), 'Society and the Rhino: A Whole-of-Society Approach to Wildlife Crime in South Africa', South African Crime Quarterly, 60, June, 9-18 485 -- 29. Geertrui Cazaux (1999), 'Beauty and the Beast: Animal Abuse from a Non-Speciesist Criminological Perspective', Crime, Law and Social Change, 31 (2), March, 105-26 496 -- 30. Michelle Larkins Jacques, Carole Gibbs and Louie Rivers III (2013), 'Confined Animal Feeding Operations', CRIMSOC: Journal of Social Criminology, 4, Autumn, 10-63 518 -- 31. Ragnhild Sollund (2011), 'Expressions of Speciesism: The Effects of Keeping Companion Animals on Animal Abuse, Animal Trafficking and Species Decline', Crime, Law and Social Change, 55 (5), June, 437-51 572 -- 32. Piers Beirne (2014), 'Theriocide: Naming Animal Killing', International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 3 (2), 49-66 587 -- 33. Gareth Enticott (2011), 'Techniques of Neutralising Wildlife Crime in Rural England and Wales', Journal of Rural Studies, 27 (2), April, 200-208 605 -- 34. Angus Nurse (2016), 'Beyond the Property Debate: Animal Welfare as a Public Good', Contemporary Justice Review, 19 (2), 174-87 614 -- 1. Clifford Shearing (2015), 'Criminology and the Anthropocene', Criminology and Criminal Justice, 15 (3), June, 255-69 2 -- 2. Robert Agnew (2012), 'Dire Forecast: A Theoretical Model of the Impact of Climate Change on Crime', Theoretical Criminology, 16 (1), February, 21-42 17 -- 3. Matthew Ranson (2014), 'Crime, Weather, and Climate Change', Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 67 (3), 274-302 39 -- 4. Polly Higgins, Damien Short and Nigel South (2013), 'Protecting the Planet: A Proposal for a Law of Ecocide', Crime, Law and Social Change, 59 (3), 251-66 68
  • 5. Ronald C. Kramer (2013), 'Carbon in the Atmosphere and Power in America: Climate Change as State-Corporate Crime', Journal of Crime and Justice, 36 (2), 153-70 84 -- 6. William C. Tucker (2012), 'Deceitful Tongues: Is Climate Change Denial a Crime?', Ecology Law Quarterly, 39 (3), 831-92 102 -- 7. Deniz Tekayak (2016), 'Protecting Earth Rights and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Towards an International Crime of Ecocide', Fourth World Journal, 14 (2), Winter, 5-13 164 -- 8. Rob White and Ronald C. Kramer (2015), 'Critical Criminology and the Struggle Against Climate Change Ecocide', Critical Criminology, 23 (4), November, 383-99 173 -- 9. Reece Walters (2010), 'Toxic Atmospheres Air Pollution, Trade and the Politics of Regulation', Critical Criminology, 18 (4), 307-23 191 -- 10. Rebecca S. Katz (2010), 'The Corporate Crimes of Dow Chemical and the Failure to Regulate Environmental Pollution', Critical Criminology, 18 (4), 295-306 208 -- 11. Lieselot C.J. Bisschop, Staci Strobl and Julie S. Viollaz (2018), 'Getting into Deep Water: Coastal Land Loss and State-Corporate Crime in the Louisiana Bayou', British Journal of Criminology, 58 (4), July, 886-905 220 -- 12. Elaine Barclay and Robyn Bartel (2015), 'Defining Environmental Crime: The Perspective of Farmers', Journal of Rural Studies, 39, June, 188-98 240 -- 13. Hope Johnson, Nigel South and Reece Walters (2016), 'The Commodification and Exploitation of Fresh Water: Property, Human Rights and Green Criminology', International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 44, March, 146-62 251 -- 14. Robyn Luise Bartel (2005), 'When the Heavenly Gaze Criminalises: Satellite Surveillance, Land Clearance Regulation and the Human-Nature Relationship', Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 16 (3), March, 322-39 268 -- 15. Don Liddick (2010), 'The Traffic in Garbage and Hazardous Wastes: An Overview', Trends in Organized Crime, 13 (2-3), September, 134-46 287 -- 16. Vincenzo Ruggiero and Nigel South (2013), 'Toxic State-Corporate Crimes, Neo-Liberalism and Green Criminology: The Hazards and Legacies of the Oil, Chemical and Mineral Industries', International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 2 (2), 12-26 300 -- 17. Karen Hulme and Damien Short (2014), 'Ecocide and the "Polluter Pays" Principle: The Case of Fracking', Environmental Scientist, April, 7-10 315 -- 18. David M. Uhlmann (2011), 'After the Spill is Gone: The Gulf of Mexico, Environmental Crime, and the Criminal Law', Michigan Law Review, 109, June, 1413-61 319 -- 19. Elizabeth A. Bradshaw (2015), '"Obviously, We're all Oil Industry": The Criminogenic Structure of the Offshore Oil Industry', Theoretical Criminology, 19 (3), 376-95 368 -- 20. Dale C. Spencer and Amy Fitzgerald (2013), 'Three Ecologies, Transversality and Victimization: The Case of the British Petroleum Oil Spill', Crime, Law and Social Change, 59 (2), March, 209-23 388 -- 21. Tim Boekhout van Solinge (2010), 'Deforestation Crimes and Conflicts in the Amazon', Critical Criminology, 18 (4), December, 263-77 404 -- 22. Penny Green, Tony Ward and Kirsten McConnachie (2007), 'Logging and Legality: Environmental Crime, Civil Society, and the State', Social Justice, 34 (2), September, 94-110 419 -- 23. Lieselot Bisschop (2012), 'Out of the Woods: The Illegal Trade in Tropical Timber and a European Trade Hub', Global Crime, 13 (3), August, 191-212 436
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  • the Poaching Phenomenon: A Review of Typologies for -- Understanding Illegal Hunting', British Journal of Criminology, -- 54 (4), July, 632-51 387 -- PART IV WILDLIFE CRIMES -- 23. Anita Lavorgna (2014), 'Wildlife Trafficking in the Internet Age', -- Crime Science, 3 (5), April, 1-12 408 -- 24. Daan van Uhm (2016), 'Monkey Business: The Illegal Trade in -- Barbary Macaques', Journal of Trafficking, Organized Crime and -- Security, 2 (1), 36-49 420 -- 25. William D. Moreto and A.M. Lemieux (2015), 'From CRAVED to -- CAPTURED: Introducing a Product-based Framework to Examine -- Illegal Wildlife Markets', European Journal on Criminal Policy -- and Research, 21 (3), December, 303-20 434 -- 26. Anh Cao Ngoc and Tanya Wyatt (2013), 'A Green Criminological -- Exploration of Illegal Wildlife Trade in Vietnam', Asian Journal of -- Criminology, 8 (2), June, 129-42 452 -- 27. Rebecca W.Y. Wong (2016), 'The Organization of the Illegal Tiger -- Parts Trade in China', British Journal of Criminology, 56 (5),
  • September, 995-1013 466 -- 28. Duarte Gonçalves (2017), 'Society and the Rhino: A Whole-of- -- Society Approach to Wildlife Crime in South Africa', South African -- Crime Quarterly, 60, June, 9-18 485 -- PART V ANIMAL ABUSE AND KILLING OF ANIMALS -- 29. Geertrui Cazaux (1999), 'Beauty and the Beast: Animal Abuse from -- a Non-Speciesist Criminological Perspective', Crime, Law and -- Social Change, 31 (2), March, 105-26 496 -- 30. Michelle Larkins Jacques, Carole Gibbs and Louie Rivers III -- (2013), 'Confined Animal Feeding Operations', CRIMSOC: -- Journal of Social Criminology, 4, Autumn, 10-63 518 -- 31. Ragnhild Sollund (2011), 'Expressions of Speciesism: The Effects -- of Keeping Companion Animals on Animal Abuse, Animal -- Trafficking and Species Decline', Crime, Law and Social Change, -- 55 (5), June, 437-51 572 -- 32. Piers Beirne (2014), 'Theriocide: Naming Animal Killing', -- International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, -- 3 (2), 49-66 587
  • 33. Gareth Enticott (2011), 'Techniques of Neutralising Wildlife Crime -- in Rural England and Wales', Journal of Rural Studies, 27 (2), -- April, 200-208 605 -- 34. Angus Nurse (2016), 'Beyond the Property Debate: Animal Welfare -- as a Public Good', Contemporary Justice Review, 19 (2), 174-87 614
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