Global Risk Governance programme, Institute for Safety Governance and Criminology
Criminology and the Anthropocene is a newly published book edited by Cameron Holley and Clifford Shearing, both of the Global Risk Governance programme. This book contains eight chapters by eminent scholars and is published by Routledge Publishers. It explores a variety of key intractable problems of the Anthropocene, including climate change and overexploitation of natural resources that cause environmental insecurities; crime and corruption; related human insecurity and fortressed spaces; and the rise of new risks and social harms.
'Security in the Anthropocene Reflections on Safety and Care' by Cameron Harington and Clifford Shearing, both of the Global Risk Governance programme, was recently reviewed by Simon Dalby (Balsillie School of International Affairs, Wilfrid Laurier University) and can be found on the website of The Academic Council on the United Nations System: https://acuns.org/review-of-security-in-the-anthropocene-reflections-on-safety-and-care/.
Emma Lacavalier, a research fellow in the Global Risk Governance Programme, in an article in The Conversation, examines how America's cities and states have taken up the challenge of fighting climate change globally. Since the Trump administration announced last June its intended withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement, attention — and hope — has turned to America’s cities and states.
On the 20th October, Forty Beyond Expectation Environmental Project (BEEP) mentors gathered at the UCT Law Faculty to reflect on their year as mentors. A report of the day's reflection can be found here >>>.
Crime Law and Social Change. Special Issue edited by Emma Lecavalier, Cameron Harrington and Clifford Shearing. Lessons of the Anthropocene: Entanglements and Security.
The Coffee Break on the Kramer 6th floor deck gave the GRG team members and friends a valuable opportunity to share their project work with each other in a friendly environment through three minute presentations and question and answer sessions.
Security in the Anthropocene: Reflections on Safety and Care is a newly published book co-authored by Cameron Harrington and Clifford Shearing, both members of the Global Risk Governance programme.
Energy and the Anthropocene: security challenges and solutions is a journal article by Jan Froestad and Clifford Shearing, published in the special issue of Crime, Law and Social Change: An Interdisciplinary Journal: Lessons of the Anthropocene: Entanglements and Security.
Nodes and networks in the governance of ecosystem-based adaptation: the case of the Bergrivier municipality, South Africa is a new journal article co-authored by Lorena, Pasquini, a Senior Researcher in the Fulcrum Institutions project. This article is published in the Climatic Change journal in its latest edition.
Fluid interfaces between flows of rhino horn is a new journal article written by Annette Hübschle. This article is in the latest volume of Global Crime, and discusses the reason why efforts to disrupt illegal flows of rhino horn have been unsuccessful by honing in on structural and functional aspects of the broader rhino horn economy.
The South African Crime Quarterly Volume 60 is a special issue on organised environmental crime. This issue is guest edited by Annette Hübschle from the Institute of Safety Governance and Criminology.
Watch Sophie Nakueira's guest lecture on Security Governance of Mega Events. This lecture was delivered at the Halle University, Germany.