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What We Know About Maritime Environmental Crime


Year: 2021
Language: english
Author: Tyler Lycan and Lexie Van Buskirk
Genre: Research papers
Publisher: SafeSeas Network & Stable Seas program
Edition: July
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 32
Description: The aim of this paper is to review what we know about environmental crimes in the maritime context, consider how we know it, note what data is collected and drawn on, and assess the quality of this information across and between issues. The goal is to provide a concise introduction to knowledge sources for practitioners and analysts, discuss the quality of these sources, and identify inconsistencies and gaps in data.
The report provides a comprehensive overview of the data available on maritime environmental crime, drawing on desk-based research conducted between
January and March 2021. It is the third of three reports and was preceded by similar data overviews on piracy and on illicit maritime trades.
The research forms part of the research project Transnational Organised Crime at Sea:
New Evidence for Better Responses, which is funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) as part of UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security Research (PaCCS) (Award Number: ES/S008810/1).
Additional funding for the work was provided by the One Earth Future Foundation.
Additional info: What We Know About Maritime Environmental Crime is the outcome of a collaboration between the SafeSeas Network, based at the Universities of Bristol (UK)
and Copenhagen (Denmark) and the Stable Seas program of the One Earth Future Foundation.
Further information on the project is available at www.safeseas.net.
The report was authored by Tyler Lycan and Lexie Van Buskirk (Stable Seas). Input and comments were provided by Professor Tim Edmunds (SafeSeas/University of Bristol), Dr. Scott Edwards (SafeSeas/University of Bristol), Professor Christian Bueger (SafeSeas/University of Copenhagen), and Dr. Conor Seyle (One Earth Future).

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