The Russian Far East’s illegal timber trade: an organized crime?

@article{Wyatt2014TheRF,
  title={The Russian Far East’s illegal timber trade: an organized crime?},
  author={Tanya Wyatt},
  journal={Crime, Law and Social Change},
  year={2014},
  volume={61},
  pages={15-35}
}
  • T. Wyatt
  • Published 2014
  • Political Science
  • Crime, Law and Social Change
Transnational environmental crime is a global problem encompassing not only criminal violations of the law, but harms against the environment and the people reliant upon it as a natural resource. Grounded in the green criminological theory of eco-global criminology, this paper explores the transnational environmental crime of the illegal timber trade in the Russian Far East unpicking the threats to ecological well-being and the global nature and impacts of this crime. In researching… Expand
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