Green crimes as a dark side of globalization
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Globalization includes the increasingly global effects of human activity on the environment. It directly contributes to the destruction and degradation of Earth's resources, with much of what we rely on for our livelihoods at risk from a new threat: green crimes (air pollution, water pollution, deforestation, and species declines and animal rights). Can green crimes be analyzed in terms of regions? In our opinion, yes, they must be. In addition to humans' conflicts about these issues, governments ignore their own environmental regulations. In this study, green crimes were addressed using spatial econometrics; the GeoDa packet program was used to analyze and compare regions of the world. © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2019.
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