***CANCELLED*** EVENT | Environment & Security Since 1994: Progress Through Diversification?

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Prof Dabelko is unable to join us in Sheffield for his seminar on the 11th Feb. We hope to reschedule it for later this year - we will let you know as soon as a new date has been confirmed.

 

***** Due to unforeseen circumstances, Prof Dabelko will no longer be able to join us for his seminar on 11th February. We hope to reschedule his talk for later in the year and will confirm the new date via our website and Twitter. Apologies for any disappointment and inconvenience caused.*****

 

We have the pleasure of welcoming Professor Geoff Dabelko (Ohio University and the Woodrow Wilson Center) to Sheffield on 11 February for a joint event hosted by the Environmental Politics & International Relations Research Groups. The seminar will be followed by a drinks reception sponsored by the BIOSEC project.

All are warmly invited to intend. There is no need to book in advance.

Title: Environment & Security Since 1994: Progress Through Diversification?
Date: Tue 11 Feb 
Time: 3.30-5pm 
Venue: Room 109 (Mohan Library), Elmfield Building, Dept of Politics & International Relations

Abstract

The year 1994 was arguably the most significant in the development of the study and practice of environment and security. The 25 years since has seen proliferation of efforts by a diverse set of actors in a wide variety of settings and a growing set of issues. Academic inquiry and policy application have evolved for sure, but how do we assess progress in our understanding and application of insights generated over this period? Geoff Dabelko will highlight key developments in the evolution of environment and security since 1994 to better understand environment and security today and speculate on directions moving forward.

Geoff Dabelko is a professor at Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs and senior advisor at the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program in Washington.