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Part of the Critical Criminological Perspectives book series CCRP Abstract Environmental crime is currently one of the most profitable forms of criminal activity and it is no surprise that organised criminal groups are attracted to its high profit margins. Banks et ah, 2 The industrialisation of societies continues to create an indelible human footprint with both immediate and long-term environmental consequences White, It is a footprint that represents rapid human activity and with it has come new commercial opportunities, not only for global businesses, but also for organised criminal networks. Both the acceleration and byproducts of global trade have created new markets as well as underground economies. Such earnings come at substantial social, economic and environmental expense for communities, their livelihoods and habitats.

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Part of the Critical Criminological Perspectives book series CCRP Abstract Environmental crime is currently one of the most profitable forms of criminal activity and it is no surprise that organised criminal groups are attracted to its high profit margins. Banks et ah, 2 The industrialisation of societies continues to create an indelible human footprint with both immediate and long-term environmental consequences White, It is a footprint that represents rapid human activity and with it has come new commercial opportunities, not only for global businesses, but also for organised criminal networks.

Both the acceleration and byproducts of global trade have created new markets as well as underground economies. Such earnings come at substantial social, economic and environmental expense for communities, their livelihoods and habitats. Indeed, organised environmental crime is identified by the UN as a key factor in the impoverishment, displacement and violent conflicts experienced by millions of people, notably in developing societies UNODC, Hence, political unrest and armed conflict provide both the conditions and impetus for organised environmental crime that result in species decline and human dislocation Humphreys and Smith, This chapter will explore the links between organised crime and the environment, and examine the regulatory and environmentalist responses to this growing issue of global concern.

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Ecomafia In aumento anche quelli nel settore dei rifiuti e contro gli animali. Nel usata per 1. Archeomafie, recuperati oltre 43mila reperti archeologici. Diminuiscono inoltre le persone denunciate — In leggera crescita anche i delitti contro gli animali e la fauna selvatica con reati — circa 20 al giorno — contro i 7mila del

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Gat Although mafia activities were concentrated in the south the wealthy north of the country was not immune, he said. The mafia made millions in from illegally disposing of an estimatedtons of rubbish. In alone, more than 25, houses and other buildings were constructed without the appropriate permits, the report said. The Italian police arrested more than people — nearly 50 per cent more than the year before — and confiscated nearly ecomafi, properties, but their efforts did nothing to stem the assault on the environment, said Vittorio Cogliati Dezza, the president of Legambiente. Nearly 34, environmental crimes were detected in — the equivalent of more than 90 a day. But several other regions, many of them popular with British tourists, were also affected, including Tuscany and Sardinia. By Nick SquiresRome.

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