Recent publications by members of the Global Risk Governance programme include journal articles and a report on environmental security and policing:
Simpson, N.P., Shearing, C. & Dupont, B. 2019. When Anthropocene shocks contest conventional mentalities: a case study from Cape Town, Climate and Development, DOI: 10.1080/17565529.2019.1609402
Simpson, N.P. and Krönke, M. 2019. Police in Zimbabwe: Helping hand or iron fist?Afrobarometer.
Mutongwizo, T., Holley, T., Shearing, C., & Simpson , N.P. 2019. Resilience policing: An emerging response to shifting harm landscapes, Policing.
Simpson, N.P. 2018. Accommodating landscape-scale shocks: Lessons on transition from Cape Town and Puerto Rico, Geoforum, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.12.005
Berg, J. & Shearing, C. 2018. Governing-through-Harm and Public Goods Policing. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 679: 72-85.
Holley, C., Shearing, C., Harrington, C., Kennedy, A. & Mutongwizo, T. 2018. Environmental Security and the Anthropocene: Law, Criminology and International Relations. Annual Review of Law and Social Science. Vol 14:1.
Hubschle, A., with Shearing, C. 2018. Ending Wildlife Trafficking: Local Communities as Change Agents. Geneva: Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime. 1-48 pp.
Simpson, N. P. 2018. Applying the Capability Approach to Enhance the Conceptualization of Well-being in Environmental Assessment, Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 19:3, 365-397.
Simpson, N. P. & Basta, C. 2018. Sufficiently capable for effective participation in environmental impact assessment? Environmental Impact Assessment Review. 70, 57–70.
Williams, P. A., Crespo, O., Abu, M. & Simpson, N. P. 2018. A systematic review of how vulnerability of smallholder agricultural systems to changing climate is assessed in Africa. Environmental Research Letters. 13: 103004. Available here through open access >>>