Environmental refugees as environmental victims

Hall, Matthew (2020) Environmental refugees as environmental victims. In: Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology. Routledge. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

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This chapter sets out to marry two areas of discussion within the green criminological literature. The first is the development of a distinct current within that field which focuses attention specifically on the human and non-human victims of environmental harms—a so-called ‘green victimology’ (Hall, 2013, 2017; Ozymy and Jarrell, this volume). The second is the ongoing debate and controversy around the issue of ‘environmental refugees’. This second issue predates the development of green criminology as a distinct topic of academic inquiry but has nevertheless been widely commented on within that literature (Smith, 2007; South, 2010; White, 2011; Brisman et al., 2018a; Brisman et al., 2018b; Brisman, 2019), as well as outside of it (see Westra, 2009).

Keywords:Criminology, Environmental, Green
Subjects:M Law > M100 Law by area
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School
ID Code:33807
Deposited On:07 Jan 2020 08:59

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