By Rob White, Grant Pink
This e-book examines the position and sensible dynamics of governmental environmental legislation enforcement businesses and people who strive against environmental crime. it is going to tell researchers in regards to the 'real international' reviews of practitioners and supply an highbrow area for practitioners to check seriously what it really is they do and why.
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S Examples of species collaboration involve the Great Ape Survival Partnership (GRASP), the Shark Alliance, and the Species Survival Network (SSN). Examples of regional collaboration include the Association of Southeast Asian Nations-Wildlife Enforcement Network (ASEAN-WEN), South Asia Wildlife Enforcement Network (SAWEN), and the Asian Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafﬁcking (ARREST). Those collaborations are informed by type of agency, or agencies have been grouped under global collaborations given that they variously consist of governments, IGOs, and international NGOs (Wyatt, 2013: 139–140).
O’Flynn and J. Wanna (eds), Collaborative Governance: A New Era of Public Policy in Australia. Canberra: ANU E-Press, pp. 181–196. Pink, G. (2011) ‘Assessing the Utility of Environmental Enforcement Networks: In an Attempt to Maximise Beneﬁts to Members. A Qualitative Analysis’, in J. Gerardu, D. Grabiel, M. Koparova, K. Markowitz, and D. Zaelke (eds), in Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Environmental Compliance and Enforcement, 24 June, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Washington: International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement, pp.
The main focus of the book is also on transnational environmental crime. As deﬁned in conventional legal terms (White, 2011a), this refers to: s unauthorised acts or omissions that are against the law and therefore subject to criminal prosecution and criminal sanctions; s crimes that involve some kind of cross-border transference and an international or global dimension; and s crimes related to pollution (of air, water, and land), crimes against wildlife (including illegal trade in ivory as well as of live animals), and illegal ﬁshing (whales, dolphins, lobster and abalone as well as ﬁsh).