... Systematic euthanization is a “paradoxical way of enforcing the convention,” says Ragnhild Sollund, a criminologist who has spent over a decade tracking this practice in Norway.
The most recent newsletter of the American Society of Criminology's Critical Criminology Division (DCCSJ) highlights the 2021 DCCSJ award winners. This include Professor Ragnhild Sollund.
In the Anthropocene, humans are changing and harming the planet in significant and possibly irreversible ways. Biodiversity loss is one of the main elements of these human-caused harms.
On September 7th the research team presented their initial findings from the research project "Criminal Justice, Wildlife Conservation and Animal Rights in the Anthropocene."
This is an update on the progress made on the research project by February 2021.
The COVID pandemic has impacted on the project’s plans and progress, but has also made this research project even more relevant.
Ragnhild Sollund presents her research and the project in the newest edition of The Critical Criminologist Spotlight
Animals of endangered species are seized and destroyed by the authorities rather than protected.
In this article Ragnhild Sollund, co-editor of Fighting Environmental Crime in Europe and Beyond, discusses green criminology and research into wildlife trade and where it should end.