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Improving environmental performance, preventing environmental crime

1 Dec 2000
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Since the effective control of environmental crime requires more than the detection, prosecution and punishment of polluters, this volume calls for a more expansive conception of environmental crime control which would harness a wide variety of institutions and influences in improving environmental performance. It introduces four basic strategies for the prevention of environmental harm, providing illustrations for each. This includes: information, self regulation, commercial influences, and rewards. Each chapter contains brief summaries of specific products, programs or initiatives which illustrate the strategies in question.

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2000
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