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Considering Environmental War Crime considering environmental war crime
The contemporary jus in bello and jus ad bellum criminal liability for enviromental damage has been considered in this paper. Using the methodology of criminal law, it included factual, ethical and legal aspects of environmental protection in warfare. The interactions of relevant bodies of international law, including law of armed conflict, humanitarian law, criminal law, environmental law and human rights law were investigated. The results of research include findings about premises and conditions which constitute the international environmental criminal liability, its credentials and shortcomings, namely its dubious ethical legitimacy, narrow scope of application, and the vagueness, subjectivity and non-legal criteria dependance of its legal provisions.
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Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, considering environmental war crime
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design,
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The Battle for Children – World War II Youth Crime & Juvenile Justice in Twentieth–Century France considering environmental war crime
The Battle for Children – World War II Youth Crime & Juvenile Justice in Twentieth–Century France
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Environmental Crime in Criminology considering environmental war crime
Today, in the age of electronics, the Internet, and robots, we are faced with a different side of human development: environmental degradation, pollution, destruction, and harm. Environmental issues and natural disasters known as environmental crime have rocketed to the top of the scale of security problems and survival issues of modern society. Despite the fast worldwide development of green criminology and environmental crime studies in the last decades, their development in the region of South-Eastern Europe has only just started. Therefore, this book provides an early look at environmental crime in comparative criminology and criminal-justice surveys, while giving the reader an insight into the chronological development of green criminology. Environmental crime in Slovenia is analysed from different aspects using triangulation of qualitative and quantitative research methods. The views on the paramount role of the green criminology and relevant solution proposals based on the identified characteristics of environmental crime should be particularly useful to students, criminologists, other scholars, and other professionals dealing with environmental crime issues daily.
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Law, War & Crime considering environmental war crime

Law, War & Crime

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Law, War & Crime considering environmental war crime
From events at Nuremberg and Tokyo after World War II, to the recent trials of Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam Hussein, war crimes trials are an increasingly pervasive feature of the aftermath of conflict. In his new book, Law, War and Crime, Gerry Simpson
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Reservoir Operation Considering Environmental Flows considering environmental war crime
Growing pressure on use of available water for human demand in Hari Rod River basin requires a better understanding of flow in river system, as well as for allocating the available resources in effective way considering the water need for the riverine ecosystem. This study attempts to quantify the required environmental flows for healthy ecosystem and demonstrates the application of hydraulic and hydrological based methods for major Afghanistan river basins.Indicators of Hydrologic Alteration (IHA) method considering Range of Variability Analysis (RVA) were used to estimate the need of environmental flows and were compared with other hydrological based approaches.Maintaining environmental flows of a river means reducing the water demand of one or more sectors. Keeping this in perspective, reservoir simulation technique was applied to operate the proposed reservoir (Salma Dam).Alternative mitigation measures were suggested to reduce the impacts of allocating EF on irrigation and hydroelectric demands. Dry years conservation zone were developed to decrease the irrigation shortages caused by environmental flows consideration.
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EU Environmental Crime and Punishment considering environmental war crime
Environmental crimes often have a transnational aspect and constitute a serious and growing problem that needs to be tackled at European level. Recent developments under the Lisbon Treaty can be regarded as an unambiguous authorisation for the reconsideration of all criminal law related regulation, including the current Directive 2008/99/EC of the European Parliament, and of the Council on the protection of the environment through criminal law. The reconsideration is particularly relevant in so far as the 2008 directive does not lay down measures concerning the procedural part of criminal law, nor does it touch upon the powers of police, prosecutors or judges. Moreover, it does not contain provisions on the role of Europol/Eurojust in the fight against environmental crime. The analysis should help shed some light on the potential for further development in the context of territorially based environmental crime.
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Exploring Green Crime considering environmental war crime
This critical and cutting edge introduction to the key debates in green criminology shows readers how to approach environmental harm with a questioning mindset and demonstrates the contribution of criminologists towards solving global environmental concerns in the 21st century.
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Exploring Green Crime considering environmental war crime
This critical and cutting edge introduction to the key debates in green criminology shows readers how to approach environmental harm with a questioning mindset and demonstrates the contribution of criminologists towards solving global environmental concerns in the 21st century.
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