News and Events
News, events, and publications:
Cameron Harrington, research fellow at the GRGP, and Clifford Shearing are the authors of the forthcoming book Security in the Anthropocene: Reflections on Safety and Care. Transcript and Columbia University Press are the publishers.
An article on the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime website explores Annette Hübschle's research on the motivation of people involved in rhino poaching. Annette is a postdoctoral fellow working in the Environmental Security Observatory project.
The Environmental Security Observatory (ESO) is hosting its second seminar in a series of events on emerging environmental security issues. Professor Louise Shelley, from George Mason University, discusses illicit trade in rhino horn as a transnational crime phenomenon
Annette Hübschle's book titled A Game of Horns: Transnational Flows of Rhino Horn has recently been published. Annette is a researcher in the Environmental Security Observatory which is a joint project between the Global Initiative, the Centre of Criminology and the Global Risk Governance Programme.
The concept of the Anthropocene – the geological epoch defined by human action – has so far remained largely absent from International Relations (IR) analyses. Cameron Harrington explores this perplexing problem in a recent article in Millennium: Journal of International Studies.
The SANCOOP project Transition to Sustainable Energy Systems in Emerging Economies held a workshop in Cape Town, 10 - 11 March 2016. This mid-project workshop was held to share research among team members and get input on research and articles from the global team.