By Ragnhild Aslaug Sollund
The fields of environmental crime and speciesism are of accelerating curiosity to social scientists. within the current ebook, new articles in response to empirical examples make clear how the exploitation of nature and animals happen in addition to exploring its assets and results. Empirical facts is drawn from South East Asia in addition to Africa, united kingdom, US and Scandinavia and may convey that youngsters are socialised into speciesist attitudes within the tuition method, how unlawful logging and wild existence alternate damages the environment, how consumerism ends up in environmental damage, how commercial farming will be understood within the Marxist time period of alienation, as may well speciesism, and the way even the animal security move itself might be associated with rules of people' superiority, as far as 'green' activities don't contemplate animals as participants.
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Biologists predict that with the current trends, several dozens of all species might get extinct during this century. The World Conservation Union (IUCN) which produces the red list of endangered species, noted that in 2007, one in four mammals is threatened with extinction. Of the birds, one in eight is threatened with extinction. Of the amphibians, even one in three species is now threatened with extinction. In Africa, many species are increasingly faced with extinction. The example of the famous lion may illustrate this.
Bushmeat sellers tell us that the volume of meat we see is not collection from one area. There are middlemen who move from one place to another in search of processed bushmeat. (…) Until the deployment of UNMIL throughout Liberia, much of the supplies came from western and the northern parts of Liberia. ‖ CEEB estimated the bushmeat trade they surveyed over the ten months period to value eight million $US. K. S. reporting about African bushmeat being available on their markets. The CEEB also included a (limited) household survey on the prevalence of bushmeat consumption.
Global Harms: Ecological Crime and Speciesism by Ragnhild Aslaug Sollund