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:: Volume 10, Issue 35 (10-2023) ::
qjal 2023, 10(35): 43-60 Back to browse issues page
Criminal Responsibility of the Destroyers of Protected Areas in the Light of Environmental Criminal Law
Farshad Bashirzadegan , Prvin Farshchi * , Bita Azadbakht , Mostafa Panahi
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Today, human society has faced various environmental crises, such that environmental challenges such as air, water, and soil pollution have put people's health at risk, and as a result, dealing with environmental crimes has become increasingly important because it harms social security.
The basic question of the article is that the criminal policies in Iran's legal system have the necessary efficiency to protect and protect the environment, especially in order to prevent encroachment and occupation of protected areas? This article deals with this issue with descriptive-analytical method and library sources, and the findings show that criminal protection in its current form has not been able to provide the goals of the legislator properly and appropriately. In this article, with the aim of explaining the criminal tools in order to protect the right to a healthy environment, while addressing the guarantee of criminal executions and the existing challenges, new approaches are made in this field.
Keywords: environment, criminal policy, protected areas, environmental crimes
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
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bashirzadegan F, farshchi P, Azadbakht B, panahi M. Criminal Responsibility of the Destroyers of Protected Areas in the Light of Environmental Criminal Law. qjal 2023; 10 (35) :43-60
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