Project and chief investigators publications

Articles and book chapters

Julie Ayling (2013), Harnessing Third Parties for Transnational Environmental Crime Prevention, Transnational Environmental Law, 2, 339-362 (781KB)

Julie Ayling (2013): What Sustains Wildlife Crime? Rhino Horn Trading and the Resilience of Criminal Networks, Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy, 16:1, 57-80 (199KB).

Lorraine Elliott, 'Combating transnational environmental crime: "joined up" thinking about transnational networks' in Kristiina Kangaspunta and Ineke Haen Marshall (eds) Ecocrime and justice: essays on environmental crime (Turin: United Nations Crime and Justice Research Institute, 2009).

Julie Ayling, 'Criminal organizations and resilience', International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 37(4) 2009: 182-196 (PDF, 192KB)

Lorraine Elliott, 'Transnational environmental crime in the Asia Pacific: an un(der)-securitised security problem?', The Pacific Review, 20(4) 2007: 499-522 (PDF, 174KB)

 

Reports and working papers

Comparative Analysis of Compliance Mechanisms under Selected Multilateral Environmental Agreements, Nairobi: United Nations Environment Programme, 2006

Report of the Workshop on Wildlife Forensics: Science, policy and governance, Australian National University, 29 November 2007 (Canberra: Department of International Relations, 2008) (PDF, 61KB)

Transnational environmental crime in the Asia Pacific: a workshop report (Canberra: Department of International Relations, 2007) (PDF, 396KB)

Assessing the Utility of Environmental Enforcement Networks: Maximising Benefits to Members (PDF, 73KB)

Environmental Enforcement Networks: Development of a Network Evaluation Matrix (PDF, 208KB)

Evolution of a Regional Environmental Enforcement Network: The Australasian Environmental Law Enforcement And Regulators Network (AELERT) (PDF, 96KB)

Internal Communication Strategies for Building Capacity Among Non-Inspectors (PDF, 97KB)

Transnational Environmental Crime Project: A Workshop Report (Canberra: Department of International Relations, 2014) (PDF, 370KB)

 

Transnational Environmental Crime project working papers

Jiang Nan, A Crime Pattern Analysis of the Illegal Ivory Trade in China, Transnational Environmental Crime Working Paper 1/2015 (Canberra: Department of International RElations, Australian National University, 2015) [PDF 221KB].

Matthew Marshall and Grant Pink, Building Organisational Capacity: The Role of Collaborative Research, Transnational Environmental Crime Working Paper 2/2014 (Canberra: Department of International Relations, Australian National University) [190 KB].

Matthew Marshall, Governmental Discourses on Transnational Environmental Crime, Transnational Environmental Crime Working Paper 1/2014 (Canberra: Department of International Relations, Australian National University) [185 KB].

Tanya Wyatt, A Comparative Analysis of Wildlife Trafficking in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, Transnational Environmental Crime Working Paper 6/2013 (Canberra: Department of International Relations, Australian National University, 2013) (PDF, 1.4 MB).

Grant Pink, Law Enforcement Responses to Transnational Environmental Crime: Practical Considerations and Suggested Improvements Arising from an International Analysis, Transnational Environmental Crime Project Working Paper 5/2013 (Canberra: Department of International Relations, Australian National University, 2013) (PDF, 607KB)

Grant Pink Law Enforcement Responses to Transnational Environmental Crime: Choices, Challenges, and Culture, Transnational Environmental Crime Project Working Paper 4/2013 (Canberra: Department of International Relations, Australian National University, 2013) [PDF 767kB]

Julie Ayling, Harnessing Third Parties for Transnational Environmental Crime Prevention, Australian National University 2013 (Canberra: Department of International Relations, 2013) (PDF, 410KB)

Dylan Horne, Policy Responses to Transnational Wildlife Crime in the Asia-Pacific Part 1: Global and Regional Policy Context and a Potential Framework for Optimal National Policy, Australian National University 2013 (Canberra: Department of International Relations, 2013) (PDF, 418KB)

Dylan Horne, Policy Responses to Transnational Wildlife Crime in the Asia-Pacific Part 2: Policy Responses at the National Level and Preliminary Gap Analysis, Australian National University 2013 (Canberra: Department of International Relations, 2013) (PDF, 447KB)

Lorraine Elliott, Transnational Environmental Crime: Applying Network Theory to an Investigation of Illegal Trade, Criminal Activity and Law Enforcement Responses, Australian National University 2011 (Canberra: Department of International Relations, 2011) (PDF, 112KB)

Julie Ayling, What Sustains Wildlife Crime? Rhino Horn Trading and the Resilience of Criminal Networks, Australian National University 2012 (Canberra: Department of International Relations, 2012) (PDF, 192KB)

 

PowerPoint presentations from the Transnational Environmental Crime conference 15 September 2011

Julie Ayling, Sustaining transnational environmental crime networks (PDF, 456KB)

Greg Rose, Networks and international law responses (PDF, 155KB)

Tanya Wyatt,The nature of illicit activity and the involvement of criminal groups in the transnational smuggling of wildlife (PDF, 87KB)

William Schaedla,The role of NGOs against transnational environmental crime networks: TRAFFIC and the illegal wildlife trade in ASEAN (PDF, 4.40MB)

Edward Van Asch,Responses to the illegal wildlife trade in Southeast Asia (PDF, 557KB)

Frans Siahaan, Illegal Timber: cases from Indonesia and neighbouring countries (PDF, 1.80MB)

Henry Scheyvens, Enhancing customs collaboration to combat the trade in illegal timber (PDF, 1.81MB)

Tirta N Mursitama, Military involvement in Indo-Malay border illegal business practice: A case of illegal logging in East Kalimantan (PDF, 615KB)

Kakuko Nagatani-Yoshida, TEC regulatory and law enforcement challenges in Asia and the Pacific (PDF, 2.2MB)

James Lehane, Networking for environmental law enforcement: A response of choice or need? (PDF, 1.25MB)

 

PowerPoint presentations from the Transnational Environmental Crime Project Workshop 13 February 2013

Julie Ayling, Harnessing third parties for TEC prevention (PDF, 272KB)

Deb Callister, CITES and CAWT: The role of the Australian Government (PDF, 509KB)

Dylan Horne, Policy responses to transnational wildlife crime in the Asia-Pacific region (PDF, 1MB)

Grant Pink, Law Enforcement Responses to Transnational Environmental Crime: Choices, Challenges and Culture (PDF, 974KB)

Grant Pink and Deb Callister, Australasian Environmental Law Enforcement and Regulators neTwork (AELERT): An Overview (PDF, 1MB)

Tanya Wyatt, An Assessment of Media and Partner engagement with the International Consortium on Combating Wildlife Crime (PDF, 602KB)

 

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