The goal of this study was to provide insights into the empirical reality of governing transnational environmental crime flows. By analysing the case of illegal transports of e-waste and tropical timber in a European trade hub, this research responded to the call for more empirical knowledge about transnational environmental crime. This final chapter first discusses the implications of this study for green and critical criminology. Second, the implications for environmental governance studies are addressed. This provides inspiration for the third section examining the avenues for future research. In a fourth part of this chapter, the policy implications of this research are discussed. A brief summary draws this book to a close.