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The lecturers are experienced international journalists, eminent scientists from nationally and internationally recognized academic and research institutions, as well as practitioners from international organizations dealing with environmental crimes, sustainable development and green governance.

From time to time, the following Faculty members and guest speakers hold lectures at UNICRI' s Investigating Crimes against the Environment course:

David Abbass: Public Information Officer, Communication for Development, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change secretariat (UNFCCC)

Claudio Cassardo: Department of Physics, University of Turin

Lucie Greyl: Coordinator, Documentation Centre on Environmental Conflicts (CDCA)

Werner Gowitzke: Seconded National Expert (SNE), Environmental Crime Unit at Europol

Fiona Harvey: Environment Correspondent, The Guardian

Francesco Piccinini: Director,

Paul Cristian Radu: Executive Director, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

Jean-Philippe Rivaud: Vice president, European Network of Prosecutors for the Environment (ENPE)

Daniel Ruiz Lopez: Head, UN peacekeeping office in Goma (DRC). Researcher and lecturer, Peace Studies and Organized Crime.

Vincenzo Ruggiero: Professor, School of Law, Middlesex University

Marianna Stori: Research Project Coordinator, Documentation Centre on Environmental Conflicts (CDCA)

John Vidal: Environment Editor, The Guardian