Illegal waste dumping - an environmental crime?
Environmental crime often involves trade across borders
Industrial waste
Toxic Chemicals
A water pollution crime?
Illegal Logging

University of Oslo

The Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law has a world-wide reputation for excellence. Many of the academic staff are international leaders in their fields. Staff hail from multidisciplinary backgrounds and their interests cover a broad range of topics, providing ties to disciplines such as anthropology, psychology, the humanities and law. It is the largest centre for criminological research in the Nordic countries, and the only one of its kind in Norway. The Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law is part of the Faculty of Law, one of eight faculties at the University of Oslo (UiO). UiO, founded in 1811, is Norway's leading institution of research and higher education, with approximately 4500 graduates per year.


Dr. Ragnhild Sollund

Ragnhild Sollund is a professor at the University of Oslo, Dept. of Criminology and Sociology of Law. She has published widely within migration and police research before she the last few years mainly has concentrated her research interests in green criminology. She is currently doing research on the illegal trade in endangered species and has published several contributions in this field.  Ragnhild Sollund is the editor of Global Harms.