Key features include:
a review of how the role of criminal enforcement has evolved
discussion of traditional compliance monitoring and the role of citizen science
examination of the increasing importance of private environmental governance, and the role that government agencies can play in supporting these practices
exploration of the need to consider “next generation” and “smart regulation” strategies.
This concise and nuanced book will be a key resource for students and scholars of environmental law and politics, criminal law and justice and international policy, as well as environmental enforcement professionals worldwide.
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