In little more than a decade, Green Criminology has become an established new perspective in the field. It embraces an exciting and wide range of topics, from controversies about genetic modification through corporate offending against the environment and human communities, to animal abuse. Green Criminology provides a focal point for longstanding and new areas of research as well as making important interdisciplinary connections.

chapter 4|34 pages

The causes of animal abuse: A social-psychological analysis

ByRobert Agnew

chapter 7|6 pages

The Greening of Criminology: A Perspective on the 1990s

ByJ. Michael Lynch

chapter 8|14 pages

Corporate Environmental Crimes and Social Inequality

New Directions for Environmental Justice Research
ByDavid R. Simon

chapter 10|28 pages

Crime, ecophilosophy and environmental harm

ByMark Halsey, Rob White

chapter 12|14 pages

Moby Dick And The Crimes Of The Economy

ByVincenzo Ruggiero

chapter 13|18 pages

Criminology And Genetically Modified Food

ByReece Walters

chapter 14|24 pages

Environmental Rights: European Fact or English Fiction?

ByChristopher Miller*

chapter 16|26 pages

An Environmental Victimology

ByChristopher Williams

chapter 17|6 pages

Combatting international environmental crime

ByDuncan Brack

chapter 19|26 pages

The failure of environmental regulation in New York

The role of co-optation, corruption and a co-operative enforcement approach 1
ByTimothy S. Carter

chapter 21|18 pages

Can Criminal Law Protect the Environment? 1

ByHelena Du Rées

chapter 22|24 pages

A green field for criminology?

A proposal for a perspective
ByNigel South

chapter 23|14 pages

Ecofeminism meets criminology

ByPauline Lane

chapter 24|20 pages

Masculinities and crimes against the environment

ByNic Groombridge

chapter 25|22 pages

Environmental Harm and the Political Economy of Consumption

ByWhite Rob

chapter 26|22 pages

The meaning of green: Contrasting criminological perspectives

ByLynch Michael J, Stretsky Paul B

chapter 27|24 pages

Environmental issues and the criminological imagination

ByWhite Rob

chapter 28|22 pages

Against ‘Green’ Criminology

ByHalsey Mark