PublicationsBack to top
Iordăchescu, G., T. Lappe-Osthege, H. Dickinson, R. Duffy and C. Burns. (2022). Political Ecologies of Green Collar Crime: Understanding Illegal Trades in European Wildlife. Environmental Politics
Margulies, J.M., R. Wong and R. Duffy (2019) ‘The Imaginary ‘Asian Super Consumer’: A Critique of Demand Reduction Campaigns for the Illegal Wildlife Trade, Geoforum, 107, 216-219
Duffy, R., (2022) Security and Conservation: The International Politics of the Illegal Wildlife Trade (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press)
Iordachescu G. (2022) ‘Convivial conservation prospects in Europe – from wilderness protection to reclaiming the commons’, Conservation & Society, 20(2): 156-166
Massé, F., H. Dickinson, J. Margulies, L. Joanny, T. Lappe-Osthege and R. Duffy (2020) Conservation and Crime Convergence? Situating the 2018 London Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference. Journal of Political Ecology, 27(1), 23-42.
Wyatt, T., Friedman, K., Hutchinson, A (2021) ‘Are Fish Wild?’ Liverpool Law Review, 42(3): 485-492
Iordachescu G., A. Varga, M. Vasile, I. S. Opincaru (2021) ‘Homórodkarácsonyfalva Közbirtokosság – An emblematic case of a European Territory of Life’, in Territories of Life 2021 Report, ICCA Consortium, pp 175-184.
Iordachescu, G. (2021) ‘Becoming a virgin forest: from remote sensing to erasing environmental history’, Environment & Society Portal, Arcadia Journal, Environment & Society, Arcadia Journal, Spring 2021
Iordachescu, G. (2021) ‘The shifting geopolitical ecologies of wild nature conservation in Romania’, in Eszter Krasznai Kovacs (Ed.) Politics and the Environment in Eastern Europe, Open Book Publishers, Cambridge UK
Kashwan, P. R. Duffy, F. Massé, A. Asiyanbi and E. Marijnen (2021) From Racialised Neocolonial Global Conservation to an Inclusive and Regenerative Conservation. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development. 63, 4-19.
Hutchinson, A., Stephens-Griffin, N., Wyatt, T (2021) ‘Speciesism and the Wildlife Trade: Who gets Listed, Downlisted, and Uplisted in CITES?’ International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 11(2): 191-209
Fukushima, C….R. Duffy.. et al (2021) Challenges and Perspectives on tackling illegal or unsustainable wildlife trade.’ Biological Conservation 263,
Vasile, M., G. Iordachescu (2022) ‘Forest Crisis Narratives: Illegal Logging, Datafication and the Conservation Frontier in the Romanian Carpathian Mountains’, Political Geography, 96:102600
Duffy, R. and D. Brockington (2022) Political Ecology of Security: Tackling the Illegal Wildlife Trade, Journal of Political Ecology 29, 1-35
Duffy, R. (2022) Crime, Security and illegal wildlife trade: Political ecologies of international conservation. Global Environmental Politics, 22 (2), 23–44.
Conference PapersBack to top
Lappe-Osthege, T. (2022). Policy challenges and crime dynamics in the illegal songbird trade in Europe: Examining the role of green-collar crime. Presented at 4th Adriatic Flyway Conference, Zadar, 25-29 April.
Lappe-Osthege, T. (2022). Observing the ripple effects of compliance in EU environmental governance. Presented at University Association of Contemporary European Studies (UACES) Conference, Lille, 5-8 September.
Lappe-Osthege, T., G. Iordachescu, and R. Duffy (2022). Politics of green-collar crimes and the illegal wildlife trade in Europe. Presented at Political Studies Association (PSA) Conference, online, 12 April.
Iordachescu, G. and T. Lappe-Osthege (2022). Green-collar crimes and the illegal wildlife trade in Europe. Presented at the ECPR Standing Group on Organised Crime 4th General Conference, Pisa, 4-5 July.
Policy AdviceBack to top
Iordachescu, G., T. Lappe-Osthege, R. Duffy, C. Burns (2021). Preventing illegal trade in wildlife – revision of EU action plan
Iordachescu, G., T. Lappe-Osthege, R. Duffy, C. Burns (2021). Response to the draft Environmental Crime Directive
MediaBack to top
Cited in Bloomberg Law article, ‘European Union Floats Tougher Penalties for Environmental Crimes’, 15 December 2021.