About the Book
Green Criminology (GC) is a unique area of research within the system of criminology. GC expands the scope of criminology by addressing the crimes that harm the environment and is ordinarily excluded from the criminology research. The concept of Green Criminology first appeared three decades ago and since then the social scientists are exploring the relationship between the natural environment, crime, and justice.
With this edited book, the editors aim to contribute a comprehensive book on Green Criminology and Climate Justice to the academia. This is an attempt by the editors to count and describe the Green Crimes; illustrate its impacts on the environment and human life; explore the relationship between environmental crimes, Law and ecological justice; the Role of International law in combating green crimes, and the mitigation strategies by various countries around the world.
- Green Criminological Theories
- Green Crimes: Meaning, Definition, Types, Causes, Issues and Challenges
- Environmental justice and Criminology: Future Perspectives
- Wildlife Crimes
- Pollution Crimes
- Illegal Mining
- Environmental Crime in Transnational Context: Global Issues and Challenges
- Victims of Environmental Crime
- Environmental Crime and Governance an Indian Perspective
- Environmental Crime and Governance an International Perspective
- Green Crimes and Climate Change
- Mitigating Environmental Crimes-Role of Legislature and Judiciary
- Implementation and enforcement of environmental law: Role of Citizens
- Environmental crime and Corporations
- Case Studies in Green Criminology
Abstract Submission Procedure
Academicians, Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit the abstracts of 250-350 words on or before 31st March 2022 to firstname.lastname@example.org. (An abstract is a single paragraph without subheadings, indentation or references. It should be a detailed summary of your work that states the problem, the objectives, the methods used, and the major results and conclusions. It should be single-spaced in 12-point Times New Roman. Do not include bullets or lists in the abstract). Authors will be notified about the acceptance status of their abstract through an email within 20 days of receipt of the submission. The detailed submission guidelines shall be shared with the authors of selected abstracts through an email.
- Mr. Shrey Kapoor, Teaching Research Associate, GNLU
- Ms. Nandita Gugnani, Teaching Research Associate, GNLU
- Mr. Harshit Goel, Teaching research Associate, GNLU
- Dr. R. Thilagraj, President of the Executive Committee, Asian Criminology Society, India
- Matthew Baird, Director at Asian Research Institute for Environmental Law, Myanmar
- Dr Trevor Daya-Winterbottom, Associate Professor / Deputy Dean, Te Piringa – Faculty of Law, University of Waikato, New Zealand.
- Atty. Rose-Liza Eisma-Osorio, Lecturer, University of Cebu, Philippines
- Prof. (Dr) Sairam Bhat, Professor of Law, National Law School of India University, Bengaluru, India
- Dr. S. Latha, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminology, University of Madras, India
- 31 March 2022: Abstract Submission Deadline
- 15 April 2022: Notification of Acceptance of Abstract
- 31 August, 2022: Full Chapter Submission
- 15 November 2022: Communication of Results of 1st Review
- 30 November 2022: Submission of Revised Chapter by the Author
- 20 December 2022: Communication of Second Review
- 30 December 2022: Revised Submission by the Author
- 25 January 2023: Notification of Final Acceptance of the Chapter
Note: There are no submission or acceptance fees for manuscripts submitted to this book publication. All manuscripts are accepted based on a double-blind peer review editorial process.
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