Against ‘Green’ Criminology


This article offers an overview of recent work on environmental crime and regulation. It demonstrated the majority of such scholarship is imbued by quite problematic ideas concerning how best to envisage the nature of environmental harm and the type of regulatory structures which should be promoted to assist in the amelioration of environmental damage. The article concludes with a very brief discussion of the kinds of theoretical tools which might be used in place of orthodox framings of environmental crime and its prevention.