Climate and crime: A case study of West BengalAuthor(s):
Sanskriti Tagore, Sutapa Pani and Lopamudra GangulyAbstract:
Background: All facets of life are being impacted by climate change, including the labor market, food security, migratory trends, and economic output along with crime and victimization. So in this manner climate change is an influential factor in crime also.
Methodology: The research is supported by secondary materials that are found in reputable journals and web pages.
Results: The goal of this research is to assess how cyclones affect coastal areas of West Bengal's criminal activity. This case study is based on the vividly rising prevalence of criminal activity following the impacts of cyclones like Amphan, Yaas, and Aila, particularly in trafficking and child marriage.
Conclusion: The information is presented in a thorough analytical fashion that addresses the economic problems, cyclone-related criminal activity such as trafficking and underage marriage. It is required that there should be increased public awareness, increased support for NGOs, illicit borrowing, and an end to financial aid from the government for victims.DOI: 10.33545/27068919.2022.v4.i4c.892Pages: 162-164 | Views: 253 | Downloads: 87Download Full Article: Click Here
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Sanskriti Tagore, Sutapa Pani, Lopamudra Ganguly. Climate and crime: A case study of West Bengal
. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2022;4(4):162-164. DOI: 10.33545/27068919.2022.v4.i4c.892