Chair : Inés Arroyo Quiroz
“… considering the following dimensions: environmental health and victimization; the socio‐economics of everyday ecocide; global connections; and intergenerational and future challenges (South 2014). Ultimately, the aim must be to influence policy and practice within the crowded political space (South 2014).The Green Criminology (GC) Specialist Group's mandate is framed within the mission of CEESP and its eight programme priorities.
Ines Arroyo-Quiroz has a PhD in Biodiversity Management from the University of Kent and is author of publications on the role of Mexico in international wildlife trade. She currently works as a Researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She researches Green Criminology in the context of the use and conservation of wildlife and is currently leading an EU-funded project to analyse the dynamics of wildlife trade between Mexico and the European Union.