The Green Criminology Monthly by the IGCWG is an online publication published during the first week of each month by members of the International Green Criminology Working Group. The Monthly may examine theoretical, historical, legal, environmental justice, social movements, environmental policy, book or literature reviews, news and contemporary issue items, activism, and other relevant topics. These entries are prepared by the Green Criminology Monthly staff writers who share the responsibility of stimulating discussion and research of important eco/environmental/green issues. Members and visitors can engage in discussions of these monthly contributions on the forums.

The current Green Criminology Monthly Staff for 2012-2013 are:

The Monthly Archive

 

- September 2012

The Social Construction of Contested Illnesses: Health Social Movements, Social Justice, Public Health, and Implications for Radical and Green Criminology — A Discussion of the book, Contested Illnesses by Michael J. Lynch
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- October 2012

Overview of Environmental Crime and its Victims Conference by Melissa Jarrell
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- November 2012

Pushing the boundaries of (a) Green Criminology:Environmental harm as a cause of crime by Gary R. Potter
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- December 2012

Using the Treadmill of Production to Inform a Political Economy Approach to Green Criminology by Michael Long
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- January 2013

Introduction to the ESRC Green Criminology Research Series by Tanya Wyatt
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- February 2013

Species Justice: The Future Protection of Wildlife and the Reform of Wildlife Laws by Angus Nurse
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- March 2013

On the Parallels between Studies of Green and State Crimesby Chris Moloney
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- April 2013

Green Criminology in Action by Melissa L. Jarrell
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- May 2013

Book Review: Animal Harm: Perspectives on Why People Harm and Kill Animals by Glen Wright
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- June 2013

Some Thoughts on the Dependent Variable in Studies of Green Crime by Michael Long
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- July 2013

Green Crimes as Invisible Crimes by Tanya Wyatt
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