Re-defining Environmental Harms: Green Criminology and the State of Canada’s Hemp Industry

  title={Re-defining Environmental Harms: Green Criminology and the State of Canada’s Hemp Industry},
  author={Wesley Tourangeau},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice},
  pages={528 - 554}
  • Wesley Tourangeau
  • Published 17 August 2015
  • Sociology
  • Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice
La criminologie écologique est en développement depuis plus de vingt ans dans le domaine de la recherche criminologique. Elle cherche à définir et à explorer les dommages sur le plan de l’environnement. Cette perspective comprend des approches qui vont au-delà des crimes environnementaux définis par la loi, soulignant les activités autorisées qui entraîne la détérioration environnementale, comme la coupe à blanc, et les activités prohibées qui profitent à l’environnement, comme les cyclo… 

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