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Crimes Against the Environment

Crimes Against the Environment

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Publisher Taylor & Francis Inc
Year 27/10/2020
Pages 132
Version paperback
Readership level College/higher education
ISBN 9781498754866
Categories Crime & criminology, Environment law, The environment
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Crimes Against the Environment explains the seriousness of the threat posed by pollution, its roots, how it has evolved, how it differs across the planet, and how society has endeavored to create and enforce laws directed at its control. Rebovich and Curtis begin with an overview of hazardous waste, the industries that produce toxins, available methods of waste treatment, and the legal environment of environmental crime. They examine the forces driving criminal behavior and the methods offenders adopt, as well as protections against polluters and their effectiveness. The book concludes with an examination of environmental justice in the United States and globally, and looks ahead to the future of crime control and prevention in this arena. Case studies and discussion questions offer further perspective on these challenging issues of environmental integrity. This text serves undergraduate or early-stage graduate students majoring in criminal justice, environmental science, sociology, and political science, and could also serve as a resource for professionals in environment-related occupations.

Crimes Against the Environment

Table of contents

Introduction.












1. Hazardous Waste: What Is It and Why Is It a Threat?


2. What Industries Produce Hazardous Waste and What Wastes Do They Produce?















3. The Legitimate Treatment of Hazardous Waste in the United States: What Was Done in the Past and What Is Done Today















4. The Legal Environment of Environmental Crime.















5. The Driving Forces of Environmental Criminality.















6. Criminal Methods of Today's Average Environmental Offender.















7. Who Protects Us From Environmental Crime and How Effective Are They?















8. Justice for All? Are We Achieving Environmental Justice in the United States















9. Environmental Crime Around the World.















10. Addressing Environmental Issues for the Future.

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