Organized environmental crimes and effective policy measures in Indian subcontinent

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Organized environmental crime is highly lucrative and causes complex forms of victimization. It affects most vulnerable the maximum. We will explore organized environmental crimes from lenses of criminology, victimology and the law. Panellists will share their views and policy recommendation drawing their experiences from academic and administration.

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Arvind Kumar Chaurasia

Joint Commissioner, IRS(C&IT)

Prof Dr Abhiroop Chowdhury

As an mangrove restoration ecologist, Dr. Chowdhury have restored more than 200 hectares of degraded mudflat at Indian Sundarbans. As an Environmental scientist, Abhiroop looks at the interconnection between pollution, human health impacts and cost effective solution through participation of local communities.

Ulhas Gondhali

Lecturer (Forensics & Wildlife conservation) at OP Jindal Global University, India

Hasantha Kaushalya

WCO Expert in IWT and CITES / Accredited Customs Trainer / Wildlife Crime Investigator / Wildlife Crime Analyst

Dr Tarini Mehta

Associate Professor, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at O. P. Jindal Global University


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