Environmental Crime: A Reader

Author:   Rob White (University of Tasmania, Australia)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
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9781843925118


Pages:   760
Publication Date:   01 August 2009
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Rob White (University of Tasmania, Australia)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Willan Publishing
Weight:   1.452kg
ISBN:  

9781843925118


ISBN 10:   1843925117
Pages:   760
Publication Date:   01 August 2009
Audience:   College/higher education ,  College/higher education ,  Tertiary & Higher Education ,  Tertiary & Higher Education
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Environmental crime and eco global criminology, Rob White. Studying environmental crime: key words, acronyms and sources of information, Diane Heckenburg Part One: Conceptualising Environmental Crime Introduction 1. Crime, ecophilosophy and environmental harm, Mark Halsey and Rob White 2. Criminological semantics: conservation criminology - vision or vagary?, F.J.W. Herbig and S.J. Joubert 3. Environmental issues and the criminological imagination, Rob White 4. The meaning of green: contrasting criminological perspectives, Michael J. Lynch and Paul B. Stretesky 5. Corporate environmental crimes and social inequality: new directions for environmental justice research, David R. Simon 6. Logging and legality: environmental crime, civil society, and the state, Penny Green, Tony Ward and Kirsten McConnachie 7. The World Bank and crimes of globalization: a case study, David O. Friedrichs and Jessica Friedrichs 8. Rights and justice on a shared planet: more rights or new relations?, Ted Benton 9. For a nonspeciesist criminology: animal abuse as an object of study, Piers Beirne 10. An environmental victimology, Christopher Williams 11. Reflections on environmental justice: children as victims and actors, Sharon Stephens 12. Against 'green'criminology, Mark Halsey Part Two: Dynamics of Environmental Crime Introduction 13. Environmental crimes: profiting at the earth's expense, Charles W. Schmidt 14. Environmental crime in global context: exploring the theoretical and empirical complexities, Rob White 15. Environmental crime and pollution: wasteful reflections, Alan A. Block 16. Historical context and hazardous waste facility siting: understanding temporal patterns in Michigan, Robin Saha and Paul Mohai 17. Resisting toxic militarism: Vieques versus the U.S. Navy, Deborah Berman Santana 18. The politics of illegal dumping: an environmental justice framework, David N. Pellow 19. The impact of race on environmental quality: an empirical and theoretical discussion, Raquel Pinderhughes 20. Environmental genocide: Native Americans and toxic waste, Daniel Brook 21. The illegal market in Australian abalone, Rebecca Tailby and Frances Gant 22. Lobster poaching and the ironies of law enforcement, John L. McMullan and David C. Perrier 23. Crime, bio-agriculture and the exploitation of hunger, Reece Walters 24. Toxic crimes: examining corporate victimization of the general public employing medical and epidemiological evidence, Michael J. Lynch and Paul Stretesky Part Three: Environmental Law Enforcement Introduction 25. Combatting international environmental crime, Duncan Brack 26. Transnational environmental crime in the Asia Pacific: an 'un(der) securitized' security problem, Lorraine Elliott 27. Police, law enforcement and the environment, Kevin Tomkins 28. Strengthening the weakest links: strategies for improving the enforcement of environmental laws globally, Anita Sundari Akella and James B. Cannon 29. When the heavenly gaze criminalises: satellite surveillance, land clearance regulation and the human-nature relationship, Robyn Luise Bartel 30. Reducing the illicit trade in endangered wildlife: the market reduction approach, Jacqueline L. Schneider 31. Corporate self-policing and the environment, Paul B. Stretesky 32. Can criminal law protect the environment?, Helena Du Rees 33. Excuses, excuses: the ritual trivialisation of environmental prosecution, Paula de Prez 34. Environmental crime and the courts, House of Commons, Environmental Audit Committee 35. Thinking outside the 'black box': tailored enforcement in environmental criminal law, David C. Fortney 36. Reducing vulnerabilities to crime of the European waste management industry: the research base and the prospects for policy, Nicholas Dorn, Stijn Van Daele and Tom Vander Beken

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Rob White is Professor of Criminology at the University of Tazmania.

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