Programme

 

 

Day 1 (7 September)

Time slot

Activity

8.30

9.00

Welcome and registration

9.00

9.10

Opening of the conference by Toine Spapens

9.10

9.50

Vincenzo Ruggiero (Destruction at Home and Abroad)

9.50

10.30

Michael Levi (The proceeds of environmental crime)

10.30

11.00

Coffee break

11.00

12.30

1st panel session

12.30

13.45

Lunch

13.45

15.15

2nd panel session

15.15

15.45

Coffee Break

15.45

16.25

Christiane Gerstetter and Grazia Maria Vagliasindi (Results of the EFFACE project on environmental crime in the EU)

16.25

18.00

Drinks

Day 2 (8 September)

8.30

9.00

Welcome and coffee

9.00

9.10

Opening by Rob White

9.10

9.50

Avi Brisman and Nigel South (Environmental crime money and conflicts)

9.50

10.30

Nadja Guenster (Corporate value and environmental responsibility)

10.30

11.00

Coffee break

11.00

12.30

3rd panel session

12.30

12.40

Closure of the conference by Toine Spapens

12.40

14.00

Farewell lunch

 

 

 

Panel Session 1, Monday 7 September, 11.00 - 12.30

 

Investigation, Interventions and Legal Aspects

Chair: Wim Huisman

Rudie Neve and Nanina van Zanden

Financial investigation in environmental crime cases

Rob White

Reparative Justice and Penalties for the Powerful

Ruth McKie

The limits of ecological modernisation to the effective management of greenhouse gas emissions. A case study of crime in the voluntary carbon markets

Miriam Ruiz

Salamanca´s Countryside Uranium Mining

 

 

Panel Session 2, Monday 7 September, 13.45 - 15.15

 

Wildlife Crime

Chair: Rob White

Daan van Uhm

Wildlife and money laundering

Reece Walters

Ecocide, Political Lobbying and the Great Barrier Reef

Tanya Wyatt

Corruption and Wildlife Trafficking

 

 

Panel Session 3, Tuesday 8 September, 11.00 - 12.30

 

Waste

Chair: Toine Spapens

Filippo Reganati and Annarita Germani

 

Law Enforcement and Illegal Trafficking of Wastes: Evidence at Regional Level from Italy

Lieselot Bisschop and Wim Huisman

Waste as corporate, organized or environmental crime? Implications for crime control and harm prevention

Karin van Wingerde and Marieke Kluin

Too big to deter, too small to change? Profitability, penalties, and compliance in the waste and chemical industry in the Netherlands

Iina Sahramäki and Terhi Kankaanranta

Delfoi study: illicit waste transportation and waste trade in Finland