Jul 14, 2024  
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CRMN 3301U – Green Criminology and Eco-Justice


Green criminology is a rapidly developing field within criminology. It developed out of a concern by researchers for environmental crime and the harms that it produces. Green criminology explores the ways in which governments, corporations and ordinary people harm environments, humanity and animals. Students who successfully complete the course will develop an in-depth understanding of what we mean by ‘green criminology’, be able to think critically about emerging issues in green criminology and be able to assess the policies which currently govern environmental crimes. Topics include climate change, environmental disasters, animal welfare, animal trafficking, green washing, food crime and Indigenous environmentalism. 
Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3
Prerequisite(s): (SSCI 2900U  or SSCI 2910U  or SSCI 2920U  or LGLS 2940U ) and (SSCI 2810U or CRMN 2830U  or CRMN 2850U  or LGLS 2200U  or PSYC 2030U  or POSC 2200U )



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