" rel="stylesheet">
Skip Main Navigation
Page Content
This event has ended

Transnational Environmental Crime Project: Black trade, criminal networks and enforcement responses

School of International Political and Strategic Studies

Friday, 14 March 2014 from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM (AEDT)

Ticket Information

Type End Quantity
Transnational Environmental Crime Project Ended Free  

Who's Going

Loading your connections...

Share Transnational Environmental Crime Project: Black trade, criminal networks and enforcement responses

Event Details

The TEC project at ANU, funded by the Australian Research Council and the Australian Government's Department of the Environment (DoE) under the ARC Linkage Scheme is nearing its three-year milestone. We are therefore delighted to announce the dates for our next conference. This will provide an opportunity for members of the research team to report their research findings against the three project themes:

•understanding the ways in which environmental commodities that are either sourced illegally or destined for illegal markets are traded;

•understanding the organisational and asset structures of criminal networks involved in TEC; and 

•understanding the strengths, weaknesses and challenges of policy and operational law enforcement responses.

Speakers include:

Professor Lorraine Elliott, ANU

Dr Kimberley Dripps, Deputy Secretary (DoE)

Professor Greg Rose, University of Wollongong

Julie Ayling, ANU

Grant Pink, DoE

Dr Dylan Horne, DoE

Greta McLeod, DoE

Dr Matt Marshall, DoE

Dr William Schaedla, Departmental Visitor, ANU

Dr Tanya Wyatt, University of Northumbria/Visiting Fellow, TEC project, ANU

Program: 

8.30 to 9.00 am      Registration/coffee and tea

9.00 to 9.15 am      Welcome                                                                                                     

Professor Lorraine Elliott – TEC Project Director and Chief Investigator;                                            

Dr Kimberley Dripps - Deputy Secretary, Department of the  Environment (DoE).

9.15 to 10.45 am   Chief Investigator presentations                                                             

Professor Lorraine Elliott – ‘TEC and criminal networks: some thoughts about a conceptual framework’                                                                                                                             

Professor Greg Rose - ‘Harmonising jurisdiction over international marine living resource crimes:

Prospects, problems and pathways for a universal approach’.                                                         

Julie Ayling – ‘Future challenges in TEC regulation’

10.45 to 11.15 am   Morning tea

11.15 to 12.15 pm   Q&A on CI presentations

12.15 to 1.15 pm     Lunch

1.15 to 2.15 pm       DoE Visiting Fellow presentations                                                                

Greta McLeod – ‘Combating the illegal trade in Hydrochloroflourocarbons (HCFCs): preliminary research’                                                                                                                                               

Dr Dylan Horne – ‘Transnational Wildlife Crime Policy: research findings and experiences’

2.15 to 3.15 pm     Visiting Fellow presentations                                                                               

Dr Bill Schaedla - 'Wanting What WENs? Observations on the Otogeny of Multinational Wildlife Enforcement Networks'.                                                                                                                          

Dr Tanya Wyatt – ‘A Comparative Analysis of Wildlife Trafficking in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.’

3.15 to 3.45 pm     Afternoon tea

3.45 to 4.45 pm     DoE Visiting Fellow presentations                                                                    

Grant Pink – ‘Collaborative Research: impacts of the TEC research  project’                                     

Dr Matt Marshall – ‘Governmental discourses on transnational environmental crime – perspectives, contributions and future directions.’

4.45 to 5.15 pm   Closing comments

 

Further details are on the TEC project website http://ips.cap.anu.edu.au/ir/tec. Attendance is free (morning/afternoon teas and lunch will be provided). For catering purposes please register.

For further enquires please email Sophie Saydan, sophie.saydan@anu.edu.au

 

Have questions about Transnational Environmental Crime Project: Black trade, criminal networks and enforcement responses? Contact School of International Political and Strategic Studies

When & Where


Lecture Theatre 2, Hedley Bull Centre
Garran Road
Acton, ACT 2601
Australia

Friday, 14 March 2014 from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM (AEDT)


  Add to my calendar
Transnational Environmental Crime Project: Black trade, criminal networks and enforcement responses
Acton Events

Interested in hosting your own event?

Join millions of people on Eventbrite.

Please log in or sign up

In order to purchase these tickets in installments, you'll need an Eventbrite account. Log in or sign up for a free account to continue.