Programme

All plenary activities take place in room TZ4 (TIAS Building), Tilburg University

 

Program

11 November

Time slot

Activity

8.00

9.00

Welcome and registration

9.00

9.10

Opening of the conference by Toine Spapens

9.10

9.50

Nigel South

Greening Criminology, Protecting the Planet: some recent and future developments concerning environmental crime and control

9.50

10.30

Cameron Holley

The new environmental governance

10.30

11.00

Coffee break

11.00

11.40

James Sheptycki

Cross-border policing of environmental crime

11.40

12.20

Grant Pink

Environmental Crime: The role of Police Agencies, Customs and Port Authorities and Environmental Regulatory Agencies in respect to enforcement responses

12.20

13.30

Lunch

13.30

15.00

1st Round of panel sessions

15.00

15.30

Coffee Break

15.30

17.00

2nd Round of panel sessions

17.00

19.00

Drinks

 

12 November

8.30

9.00

Welcome and coffee

9.00

9.05

Opening by Wim Huisman

9.05

9.45

Floor Fleurke

Enforcing emission trading in the European Union

9.45

10.25

Carole Gibbs

Addressing transnational environmental crime: the role of intelligence-led policing

10.25

10.55

Coffee break

10.55

12.25

3rd Round of panel sessions

12.25

12.30

Closure of the conference by Wim Huisman

12.30

13.30

Farewell lunch

 

Panel Sessions

 

Panel Session 1, Monday 11 November, 13.30 - 15.00

Waste: trafficking and dumping

Panel Session 1-1, Room TZ3

The informal economy in the largest industrial cluster of Sub-Sahara Africa and its links through informal networks to the international trade of used car parts. Results from a action-research study

Joost van Onna (National Public Prosecution Service, The Netherlands)

Criminal prosecution of environmental crimes: broadening the palette of sanctioning instruments in cases of waste-trafficking

Machteld Bergstra (National Public Prosecution Service, The Netherlands)

The illegal waste disposal in Campania

Pasquale Peluso (University Guglielmo Marconi, Rome, Italy)

 

Fisheries Crime and Deer Poaching

Panel Session 1-2, Room TZ5

Global efforts to tackle fisheries crime

 

Eve de Coning (Interpol, Norway)

Restitution to South Africa for illegal fishing in South African waters

 

Jan Glazewski (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Victimless Venison? Deer Poaching and Black Market Meat in the UK

 

Tanya Wyatt (Northumbria University, United Kingdom)

  

Panel Session 2, Monday 11 November, 15.30 - 17.00

Wildlife Crime

Panel Session 2-1, Room TZ3

On tropical deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon

Tim Boekhout van Solinge (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

On International Wildlife Trade

 

Daan van Uhm (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

Power and Palm Oil in Colombia

 

Hanneke Mol (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

Enforcement and other interventions

Panel Session 2-2, Room TZ5

Sanctions as moral messages. General deterrence and environmental compliance in the waste industry in the Netherlands

Karin van Wingerde (Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands)

Prevention and investigation of environmental crimes – collaboration between authorities in Finland

Iina Sahramäki (Police College of Finland, Tampere, Finland)

Deliberative Democracy and Environmental law enforcement

Giuseppe Rotolo (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Italy

 

Plenary Panel Session, Tuesday 12 November, 10.55 - 12.25

Environmental crime research and green criminology

Panel Session 3, Room TZ4

The EFFACE project - research on environmental crime at the EU level

Christianne Gerstetter (Ecologic Institute, Berlin, Germany)

Criminal networks and black markets in transnational environmental crime

Lorraine Elliot (The Australian National University, Australia)

Eliciting narratives on the experience of environmental contamination and harm. A visual approach for green criminology

Lorenzo Natali (University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, Italy)

Nonhuman environmental subjects and environment courts

Rob White (University of Tasmania, Australia)