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Fighting Environmental Crime in Europe and Beyond : The Role of the EU and Its Member States.

By: Sollund, Ragnhild.
Contributor(s): Stefes, Christoph H | Germani, Anna Rita.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Palgrave Studies in Green Criminology: Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2017Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (247 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781349950850.Subject(s): Critical criminologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Fighting Environmental Crime in Europe and Beyond : The Role of the EU and Its Member StatesDDC classification: 364.145 LOC classification: HV6001-7220.5Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
"Fighting Environmental Crime in Europe and Beyond" -- "Foreword" -- "Preface and Acknowledgments" -- "Contents" -- "List of Figures" -- "List of Tables" -- "List of Boxes" -- "1 Introduction" -- "1.1 Outline of the Chapters" -- "References" -- "2 A Paradigm Shift in Environmental Criminal Law" -- "2.1 Introduction" -- "2.2 Traditional Enforcement Approach" -- "2.2.1 The Place of Environmental Criminal Law" -- "2.2.2 Administrative Dependence of the Criminal Law" -- "2.2.3 Criminal Law as Primary Instrument" -- "2.3 Two Doctrinal Moves" -- "2.3.1 Environmental Protection through Criminal Law?" -- "2.3.2 Do We Have the Right Regime?" -- "2.4 Data" -- "2.5 Policy Changes" -- "2.5.1 Council of Europe Convention" -- "2.5.2 EU Environmental Crime Directive" -- "2.5.3 Domestic Level" -- "The Place of Environmental Criminal Law" -- "Administrative Dependence" -- "Administrative Penal Law" -- "2.6 Concluding Remarks" -- "References" -- "Legislative Documents" -- "3 Victims in the ‘Land of Fires’: Illegal Waste Disposal in the Campania Region, Italy" -- "3.1 Introduction" -- "3.2 Framing the Issue" -- "3.2.1 What Is the Crime in Question?" -- "3.2.2 Who Is Responsible for the Crimes in Question?" -- "3.2.3 Who Are the Victims?" -- "3.2.4 How Has the Illegal Burning and Burying of Toxic Waste Been Enforced or Prevented?" -- "3.3 The Campania Waste Disaster in Context" -- "3.3.1 The Epidemiological Controversy in Campania" -- "3.4 Research Design and Methodology" -- "3.5 The Role of Victims in the Land of Fires: Preliminary Results from the Affiliation Network Analysis" -- "3.6 Conclusions" -- "References" -- "4 Tackling Illegal Fisheries: The Role of Rights–Based Management" -- "4.1 Introduction" -- "4.2 The Definition of the Environmental Crime" -- "4.3 Impacts of Environmental Crime: The Impacts of IUU Fishing".
"4.4 Regulation of Fisheries in EU Waters" -- "4.5 Factors Affecting Compliance" -- "4.6 Rights-Based Management as an Approach to Reduce Illegal Activity" -- "4.7 Conclusions" -- "References" -- "5 Wildlife Trafficking: Harms and Victimization" -- "5.1 Introduction" -- "5.2 A Brief Overview of the Illegal Wildlife Trade" -- "5.3 Green Criminology Perspective" -- "5.4 Methodology" -- "5.5 Victims" -- "5.5.1 Animal Victimization" -- "5.5.2 Human Victimization" -- "5.6 Offenders" -- "5.6.1 Offender Motivation" -- "5.7 Formal and Informal Reactions to Wildlife Victims and Offenders" -- "5.7.1 Rules and Regulations" -- "5.7.2 Enforcement" -- "5.7.3 Prosecution and Sanctions" -- "5.7.4 Informal Prevention and Control" -- "5.8 Concluding Thoughts/Recommendations" -- "References" -- "6 Illegal Shipments of E–waste from the EU to China" -- "6.1 Introduction" -- "6.2 What Is the Environmental Crime in Question?" -- "6.2.1 The Nature of the Illegal Activity" -- "6.2.2 The Extent of the Illegal Activity" -- "6.2.3 Overview of Key Actors Involved" -- "6.2.4 Motivations and Drivers behind the Illegal E-waste Shipments" -- "6.3 Who Are the Victims and What Is the Harm They Suffer?" -- "6.3.1 Overview of Key Groups of Victims" -- "6.3.2 Key Environmental and Human Health Impacts" -- "Environmental Impacts in China" -- "Human Health Impacts in China" -- "6.4 How Do Law Enforcement Agencies React to These Crimes?" -- "6.4.1 The EU Legal Framework and Its Effectiveness and Enforcement" -- "6.4.2 Chinese E-waste Legislation and Policies and Their Effectiveness" -- "6.5 Conclusions: Policy Implications and Recommendations" -- "References" -- "7 The EU Action to Protect the Environment in Kosovo and to Fight Environmental Crime" -- "7.1 Introduction" -- "7.2 The EU and the Protection of the Environment in Kosovo" -- "7.3 Kosovo and Environmental Crime".
"7.3.1 Illegal Waste in Kosovo" -- "7.3.2 Illegal Logging in Kosovo" -- "7.3.3 Biodiversity and Environmental Crimes" -- "7.4 The Victims of Environmental Crime" -- "7.5 Conclusions" -- "References" -- "8 Armenia: A Case Study on Mining" -- "8.1 Introduction" -- "8.2 Overview of the Case" -- "8.3 Government Institutions" -- "8.4 Private Actors" -- "8.5 Foreign and International Actors" -- "8.6 Cost-Benefit Analysis of Mining in Armenia" -- "8.7 Domestic and International Legislation" -- "8.8 Law Enforcement and Adjudication" -- "8.9 The EU’s Role in Combating Environmental Crime" -- "8.10 Conclusions and Policy Implications" -- "References" -- "Interview List" -- "9 Summary of Findings and the Way Forward" -- "9.1 Introduction" -- "9.2 Anatomy of Environmental Crime" -- "9.3 Offenders and Their Motives" -- "9.4 Victims and Harms Suffered" -- "9.5 Law Enforcement and Crime Prevention" -- "9.6 The Way Forward" -- "References".
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"Fighting Environmental Crime in Europe and Beyond" -- "Foreword" -- "Preface and Acknowledgments" -- "Contents" -- "List of Figures" -- "List of Tables" -- "List of Boxes" -- "1 Introduction" -- "1.1 Outline of the Chapters" -- "References" -- "2 A Paradigm Shift in Environmental Criminal Law" -- "2.1 Introduction" -- "2.2 Traditional Enforcement Approach" -- "2.2.1 The Place of Environmental Criminal Law" -- "2.2.2 Administrative Dependence of the Criminal Law" -- "2.2.3 Criminal Law as Primary Instrument" -- "2.3 Two Doctrinal Moves" -- "2.3.1 Environmental Protection through Criminal Law?" -- "2.3.2 Do We Have the Right Regime?" -- "2.4 Data" -- "2.5 Policy Changes" -- "2.5.1 Council of Europe Convention" -- "2.5.2 EU Environmental Crime Directive" -- "2.5.3 Domestic Level" -- "The Place of Environmental Criminal Law" -- "Administrative Dependence" -- "Administrative Penal Law" -- "2.6 Concluding Remarks" -- "References" -- "Legislative Documents" -- "3 Victims in the ‘Land of Fires’: Illegal Waste Disposal in the Campania Region, Italy" -- "3.1 Introduction" -- "3.2 Framing the Issue" -- "3.2.1 What Is the Crime in Question?" -- "3.2.2 Who Is Responsible for the Crimes in Question?" -- "3.2.3 Who Are the Victims?" -- "3.2.4 How Has the Illegal Burning and Burying of Toxic Waste Been Enforced or Prevented?" -- "3.3 The Campania Waste Disaster in Context" -- "3.3.1 The Epidemiological Controversy in Campania" -- "3.4 Research Design and Methodology" -- "3.5 The Role of Victims in the Land of Fires: Preliminary Results from the Affiliation Network Analysis" -- "3.6 Conclusions" -- "References" -- "4 Tackling Illegal Fisheries: The Role of Rights–Based Management" -- "4.1 Introduction" -- "4.2 The Definition of the Environmental Crime" -- "4.3 Impacts of Environmental Crime: The Impacts of IUU Fishing".

"4.4 Regulation of Fisheries in EU Waters" -- "4.5 Factors Affecting Compliance" -- "4.6 Rights-Based Management as an Approach to Reduce Illegal Activity" -- "4.7 Conclusions" -- "References" -- "5 Wildlife Trafficking: Harms and Victimization" -- "5.1 Introduction" -- "5.2 A Brief Overview of the Illegal Wildlife Trade" -- "5.3 Green Criminology Perspective" -- "5.4 Methodology" -- "5.5 Victims" -- "5.5.1 Animal Victimization" -- "5.5.2 Human Victimization" -- "5.6 Offenders" -- "5.6.1 Offender Motivation" -- "5.7 Formal and Informal Reactions to Wildlife Victims and Offenders" -- "5.7.1 Rules and Regulations" -- "5.7.2 Enforcement" -- "5.7.3 Prosecution and Sanctions" -- "5.7.4 Informal Prevention and Control" -- "5.8 Concluding Thoughts/Recommendations" -- "References" -- "6 Illegal Shipments of E–waste from the EU to China" -- "6.1 Introduction" -- "6.2 What Is the Environmental Crime in Question?" -- "6.2.1 The Nature of the Illegal Activity" -- "6.2.2 The Extent of the Illegal Activity" -- "6.2.3 Overview of Key Actors Involved" -- "6.2.4 Motivations and Drivers behind the Illegal E-waste Shipments" -- "6.3 Who Are the Victims and What Is the Harm They Suffer?" -- "6.3.1 Overview of Key Groups of Victims" -- "6.3.2 Key Environmental and Human Health Impacts" -- "Environmental Impacts in China" -- "Human Health Impacts in China" -- "6.4 How Do Law Enforcement Agencies React to These Crimes?" -- "6.4.1 The EU Legal Framework and Its Effectiveness and Enforcement" -- "6.4.2 Chinese E-waste Legislation and Policies and Their Effectiveness" -- "6.5 Conclusions: Policy Implications and Recommendations" -- "References" -- "7 The EU Action to Protect the Environment in Kosovo and to Fight Environmental Crime" -- "7.1 Introduction" -- "7.2 The EU and the Protection of the Environment in Kosovo" -- "7.3 Kosovo and Environmental Crime".

"7.3.1 Illegal Waste in Kosovo" -- "7.3.2 Illegal Logging in Kosovo" -- "7.3.3 Biodiversity and Environmental Crimes" -- "7.4 The Victims of Environmental Crime" -- "7.5 Conclusions" -- "References" -- "8 Armenia: A Case Study on Mining" -- "8.1 Introduction" -- "8.2 Overview of the Case" -- "8.3 Government Institutions" -- "8.4 Private Actors" -- "8.5 Foreign and International Actors" -- "8.6 Cost-Benefit Analysis of Mining in Armenia" -- "8.7 Domestic and International Legislation" -- "8.8 Law Enforcement and Adjudication" -- "8.9 The EU’s Role in Combating Environmental Crime" -- "8.10 Conclusions and Policy Implications" -- "References" -- "Interview List" -- "9 Summary of Findings and the Way Forward" -- "9.1 Introduction" -- "9.2 Anatomy of Environmental Crime" -- "9.3 Offenders and Their Motives" -- "9.4 Victims and Harms Suffered" -- "9.5 Law Enforcement and Crime Prevention" -- "9.6 The Way Forward" -- "References".

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Ragnhild Sollund is Professor in Criminology at the University of Oslo, Norway. <br> Christoph H. Stefes is Associate Professor for Comparative European and Post-Soviet Studies at the University of Colorado, Denver, USA, and Senior Fellow at the Ecologic Institute Berlin, Germany. <br> Anna Rita Germani (PhD, MSc) is Aggregate Professor in Economics at the Department of Law, Philosophy and Economic Studies at the University of Rome, Italy. <br> <br>

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