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Forging a socio-legal approach to environmental harms - global perspectives.

Author: Emanuela Orlando
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2017
Series: LAW, JUSTICE AND ECOLOGY
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emanuela Orlando
ISBN: 9781138936638 1138936634
OCLC Number: 1023169687
Description: 298 sidor ; 16.3 cm
Contents: PART I: CONCEPTUALISING A SOCIO-LEGAL APPROACH TO ENVIRONMENTAL HARMS 1. Forging a Socio-Legal Approach to Environmental Harms, Tiffany Bergin and Emanuela Orlando 2. Environmental Crimes and Harms: a Green Criminology Approach and Socio-legal Challenges, Nigel South 3. The EU and the Protection of the Environment through Criminal Law, Ludwig Kramer 4. Green Criminology and the Prevention of Ecological Destruction, Ruth E. McKie, Paul B. Stretesky, Michael J. Lynch and Michael A. Long 5. A Law and Economics Approach to Environmental Crime, Michael Faure PART II: ASSESSING THE LIMITATIONS OF CURRENT APPROACHES TO ENVIRONMENTAL HARMS 6. International Financial Institutions as Facilitators of Environmental Crimes, Dawn Rothe and Victoria E. Collins 7. Learning Lessons from Deepwater Disasters: Common Ground in Oil Exploration in Brazil and the US, Daniel Jacobs and Marcelo Varella 8. The Legal and Social Context of Wildlife Trafficking, Tanya Wyatt 9. Toxic Ships, Environmental Crimes, and the North-South Discourse, Jona Razzaque PART III: FORGING SOCIO-LEGAL SOLUTIONS TO ENVIRONMENTAL HARMS: LESSONS FROM AROUND THE WORLD 10. Determining the Public Interest in Environmental Enforcement, Sanctioning, and Prosecution, Anne Brosnan 11. Eco Crime and Green Activism, Reece Walters 12. The Criminalisation of the Intentional Destruction of Cultural Heritage, Ana Filipa Vrdoljak 13. Towards a Theoretical and Empirical Agenda on Environmental Harms, Tiffany Bergin and Emanuela Orlando
Series Title: LAW, JUSTICE AND ECOLOGY

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