Green Crime and Environmental Harm
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In this episode of Rural Crime we speak with Distinguished Professor of Criminology, Rob White. Rob is an eminent Criminologist having researched a published extensively across a number of areas from crime prevention and criminological theory to youth studies and rural criminology. See more about Rob hereRob is also a pioneer in the field of Green Criminology which examines a broad spectrum of issues including transnational environmental crime, pollution crime, water theft and illegal trade in wildlife. In this podcast we speak to Rob about key issues in Green Criminology and, most importantly, how this field and these issues are related directly to rural communities and rural crime.
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