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Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology

Edited by: Avi Brisman , Nigel South

Print publication date:  May  2020
Online publication date:  April  2020

Print ISBN: 9781138633803
eBook ISBN: 9781315207094
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The Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology was the first comprehensive and international anthology dedicated to green criminology. It presented green criminology to an international audience, described the state of the field, offered a description of a range of environmental issues of regional and global importance, and argued for continued criminological attention to environmental crimes and harms, setting an agenda for further study.

In the six years since its publication, the field has continued to grow and thrive. This revised and expanded second edition of the Handbook reflects new methodological orientations, new locations of study such as Asia, Canada and South America, and new responses to environmental harms. While a number of the original chapters have been revised, the second edition offers a range of fresh chapters covering new and emerging areas of study, such as:

  • conservation criminology,
  • eco-feminism,
  • environmental victimology,
  • fracking,
  • migration and eco-rights, and
  • e-waste.

This handbook continues to define and capture the field of green criminology and is essential reading for students and researchers engaged in green crime and environmental harm.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  The growth of a field Download PDF
Chapter  2:  The ordinary acts that contribute to ecocide Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Wildlife crime Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Expanding treadmill of production analysis within green criminology by integrating metabolic rift and ecological unequal exchange theories Download PDF
Chapter  5:  The visual dimensions of green criminology Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Innovative approaches to researching environmental crime Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Environmental refugees as environmental victims Download PDF
Chapter  8:  How criminologists can help victims of green crimes through scholarship and activism Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Climate crimes Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Global environmental divides and dislocations Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Food crime and green criminology Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Monopolising seeds, monopolising society Download PDF
Chapter  13:  The War on Drugs and its invisible collateral damage Download PDF
Chapter  14:  ‘Greening’ injustice Download PDF
Chapter  15:  The Amazon Rainforest Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Green issues in South-Eastern Europe Download PDF
Chapter  17:  The Flint water crisis Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Indigenous environmental victimisation in the Canadian oil sands Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Fracking the Rockies Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Corporate capitalism, environmental damage and the rule of law Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Authoritarian environmentalism and environmental regulation enforcement Download PDF
Chapter  22:  E-waste in the twilight zone between crime and survival Download PDF
Chapter  23:  The environment and the crimes of the economy Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Green criminology and the working class Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Insurance and climate change Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Energy harms Download PDF
Chapter  27:  The uncertainty of community financial incentives for ‘fracking’ Download PDF
Chapter  28:  A violent interspecies relationship Download PDF
Chapter  29:  The victimisation of women, children and non-human species through trafficking and trade Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Wildlife trafficking and criminogenic asymmetries in a globalised world Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Myths of causality, control and coherence in the ‘war on wildlife crime’ Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Environmental justice, animal rights and total liberation Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Environmental justice and the rights of Indigenous peoples Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Green crime on the reservation Download PDF
Chapter  35:  The disappearing land Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Toward a green cultural criminology of the South Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Consumed by the crisis Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Littering in the Northeast of England Download PDF
Chapter  39:  A short conclusion concerning a questionable future Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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