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Criminal Justice, Wildlife Conservation and Animal Rights in the Anthropocene

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By: Ragnhild Aslaug Sollund(Editor), Martine SB Lie(Editor)
232 pages, 5 b/w illustrations, 7 tables
Criminal Justice, Wildlife Conservation and Animal Rights in the Anthropocene
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  • Criminal Justice, Wildlife Conservation and Animal Rights in the Anthropocene ISBN: 9781529223354 Hardback Feb 2024 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

This book addresses one of today's most urgent issues: the loss of wildlife and habitat, which together constitute an ecological crisis. Combining studies from different disciplines such as law, political science and criminology, with a focus on animal rights, the chapters explore the successes and failures of the international wildlife conservation and trade treaties, CITES and the BERN Convention.

While these conventions have played a crucial role in protecting endangered species from trade and in the rewilding of European large carnivores, the case studies in this book demonstrate huge variations in their implementation and enforcement across Europe. In conclusion, the book advocates for a non-anthropocentric policy approach to strengthen wildlife conservation in Europe.

Contents

1. Introduction / Ragnhild A. Sollund and Martine S.B. Lie
2. Legal Versus Illegal Hunts: A Species Justice Perspective on Wolf and Bear Theriocides in Norway / Martine S.B. Lie
3. The Implementation of CITES in Norway, a Longitudinal Approach to the Assessment of Enforcement From a Species Justice Perspective / Ragnhild A. Sollund
4. Online Illegal Trade in Reptiles in the Netherlands / Isabella Dominguez, Marjan Hindriks, Jordi Janssen and Daan Van Uhm
5. Countering Wildlife Crimes in Italy: The Case of Bird Poaching / Lorenzo Natali, Ciro Troiano, Sara Zoja and Anita Lavorgna
6. Analysis of Social and Legal Factors Influencing the Effectiveness of Tackling the Illegal Killing of Wolves in Poland / Piotr J. Chmielewski and Agnieszka Serlikowska
7. CITES in Spain: Blueprints and Challenges of Spanish Practice on CITES and Welfare of Trafficked Victims / Teresa Fajardo
8. Paper Tigers and Local Perseverance: Wildlife Protection in Germany / Christoph H. Stefes
9. The Norwegian Chain of Wildlife Treaty Effectiveness / David R. Goyes
10. Rewilding in the UK: Harm or Justice? / Tanya Wyatt
11. We Only See What We Know: Animal Conservation and Human Preservation / Mark T. Palermo
12. Conclusion / Ragnhild A. Sollund and Martine S.B. Lie

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Biography

Ragnhild Sollund is a Professor in Criminology at the University of Oslo. Her research field is green criminology with a special focus on wildlife crime and wildlife trafficking. Martine S. B. Lie is a Doctoral Research Fellow in Criminology at the University of Oslo. Her research interests are within green criminology and animal protection.

New
By: Ragnhild Aslaug Sollund(Editor), Martine SB Lie(Editor)
232 pages, 5 b/w illustrations, 7 tables
Media reviews

"This timely and exciting book provides a critical overview of wildlife protection and the contemporary challenges faced in implementing international wildlife law in the face of destructive human interests."
– Angus Nurse, Anglia Ruskin University

"This provocative book exposes one of the great ironies of conservation laws – that the legal instruments designed to protect simultaneously reproduce injustice and harms to wildlife. A must-read for academics and activists alike."
– Rob White, University of Tasmania

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