2012

Climate Change from a Criminological Perspective

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-3639-3 (Print) 978-1-4614-3640-9 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-11

    The Criminology of Climate Change

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    Pages 13-25

    It’s the End of the World as We Know It: The Advance of Climate Change from a Criminological Perspective

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    Pages 27-40

    Heading Toward a New Criminogenic Climate: Climate Change, Political Economy and Environmental Security

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    Pages 41-70

    The Cultural Silence of Climate Change Contrarianism

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    Pages 71-88

    Is Global Warming a State-Corporate Crime?

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    Pages 89-107

    Climate Change in the Courts: A US and Global Perspective

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    Pages 109-133

    Environmental Enforcement Networks: Their Role in Climate Change Enforcement

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    Pages 135-147

    Oil Production, Climate Change and Species Decline: The Case of Norway

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    Pages 149-171

    Climate Change, Gender and Natural Disasters: Social Differences and Environment-Related Victimisation

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    Pages 173-183

    Natural Disasters and Crime: Criminological Lessons from Hurricane Katrina

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    Pages 185-203

    Uncontrollable Nuclear Power Accidents and Fatal Environmental Harm: Why We Have Not Been Ready for the Impacts of Climate Change

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    Pages 205-225

    A Proposal for a New Vehicle-Based Carbon Tax (V-CART): Vehicle-Based Global Warming Policy and Green Criminology

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 227-232