Green Crime in Mexico: A Collection of Case Studies
This collection is the first exploration into green crime in Mexico, offering a unique critique of the environmental problems facing Mexico today. Written by a diverse range of Mexican academics and practitioners from different career stages and various different disciplines, this edited volume expo...
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|Summary:||This collection is the first exploration into green crime in Mexico, offering a unique critique of the environmental problems facing Mexico today. Written by a diverse range of Mexican academics and practitioners from different career stages and various different disciplines, this edited volume exposes the corruption, power, and disregard for the environment through highly detailed and engaging case studies. The chapters are grouped into four categories: Environmental Degradation, Social and Environmental Justice, Wildlife Trafficking, and Non-compliance with Environmental Obligations, and are illuminated by rigorous original research. This book fills a substantial gap in knowledge about concerns that are important not only to the Mexican people and the wider region, but to anyone with an interest in the environmental issues facing the world today. To this end, the contributors hope to inspire other Mexicans to study and research green crimes as well as to influence scholars and practitioners across Central and South America who are facing similar environmental crises and challenges|
Part 1 -- Chapter 1. Green Harms and Crimes in Mexico; Tanya Wyatt and Ines Arroyo-Quiroz -- Chapter 2. Sixteen Years of Parasitism in Cuatrociénegas, Coahuila; L.Paulina Díaz-Rentería -- Chapter 3. Shale Gas Extraction, Energy Reform and Environmental Damage; Adriana Judith González Hernández -- Chapter 4. Loss of Community Identity; Carla Martínez-Trejo -- Part 2. Social and Environmental Justice -- Chapter 5. Security, Justice and Forest Protection!; Sofía Valeria Cortés Calderón -- Chapter 6. National Tree Clearing Program; Lucila Corral Flores -- Chapter 7. Wind Power and Environmental Justice; Yajaira Garcia Feria -- Chapter 8. Illegal Logging in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve (RBMM) of the States of México and Michoacán, Mexico; Wilber Aníbal Huerta García -- Part 3. Wildlife Trade -- Chapter 9. Wildlife Trafficking by Parcel Service; Carolina Citlalli Carrillo Páez -- Chapter 10. Laundering of Illegal Wild Fauna in Mexico; Diego Jiménez Bustamante and L. Paulina Díaz Rentería -- Chapter 11. Traditional Bird Trader Families; Blanca Roldán-Clarà -- Chapter 12. Trafficking of Totoaba Maw; Israel Alvarado Martínez and Eliz Regina Martínez -- Part 4. Non-compliance with Environmental Obligations -- Chapter 13. Request for Reversal or Modification of the Imposed Sanctions According to the General Law of Ecological Equilibrium and Environmental Protection (LGEEPA); SauloAugusto Martínez Santoyo -- Chapter 14. When a Mining Company Releases of Copper Sulphate Acid Solution into the Environment; Misael Morales Bernardino
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