environmental crime

Environmental crimes can be broadly defined as illegal acts which directly harm the environment. They include: illegal trade in wildlife; smuggling of ozonedepleting substances (ODS); illicit trade in hazardous waste; illegal, unregulated, and unreported fishing; and illegal logging and the associated trade in stolen timber.

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Talks related to environmental crime

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Towards a ‘blue’ criminology: How should we study transnational organised crime at sea?

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Organised oil crime in Nigeria. The Delta paradox: Organised criminals or community saviours?

1

The private sector and organized crime

1

Cars, gold, and territories: Trends of organized crime in Brazil

1

Above and below the waterline: Combating illegal take and trade of marine and terrestrial species through a new global agreement on wildlife crime

2

Organized environmental crimes

2

Organized crime and animals

2

Online intermediaries and illicit trafficking: Addressing the illicit online trade in cultural property, wildlife and falsified medical products

2

Tech against the illegal wildlife trade

2

Toxic trading – How to investigate and prosecute waste trafficking: An interactive demonstration

2

The illicit mining and trade of extractives in Africa

2

Illicit Economies in Asia: Changes, effects and futures

2

Green-collar crimes and the illegal wildlife trade in Europe

2

Organized crime in Africa

13

Experiencing environmental crime: An indigenous perspective

13

An analytical approach to fauna crimes

13

Behavioural issues in environmental crimes and the need for change

13

The intersection between illicit economies and instability in West Africa

13

Environmental defenders

14

Organized environmental crimes and effective policy measures in Indian subcontinent

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Security and conservation: The politics of the illegal wildlife trade

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Convergence - The organised and serious nature of wildlife crimes & how to combat them


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