Margulies, J. 2018. ‘The Conservation Ideological State Apparatus’, Conservation & Society Special Issue: Political Ecologies of Green Wars, 11.04.2018
Online BIOSEC research archive: papers, seminars, reports, books and blogs, plus links to other useful resources.
Academic journal articles and publications
Margulies, J. and Bersaglio, B. 2018. ‘Furthering post-human political ecologies’, Geoforum, 17.03.2018.
Massé, F., Lunstrum, E., & Holterman, D. 2017. ‘Linking Green Militarization and Critical Military Studies’. Critical Military Studies, 19.12.2017
Massé, F., Gardiner, A., Lubilo, R., & Themba, M. 2017. ‘Inclusive Anti-poaching? Exploring the Potential and Challenges of Community-based Anti-Poaching.’ South Africa Crime Quarterly, 60, 19-27. 23.06.2017.
Duffy, R., 2016, ‘War, by Conservation’ Geoforum. 09.10.2015, pp. 238-248.
Massé, F., & Lunstrum, E. 2015. ‘Accumulation by securitization: Commercial poaching, neoliberal conservation, and the creation of new wildlife frontiers.’ Geoforum, 69, 227-237. 24.03.2015.
Duffy, R., F.A.V. St John, B. Buscher and D. Brockington, 2015. ‘Towards a new understanding of the links between poverty and illegal wildlife hunting’. Conservation Biology, 30(1). Pp. 14-22.
Duffy, R., F.A.V. St John, B. Buscher and D. Brockington, 2015. ‘The militarization of anti-poaching: undermining long term goals’. Environmental Conservation, 42(4): 345–348.
Duffy, R., 2014. ‘Waging a Waging a War to Save Biodiversity: The Rise of Militarised Conservation’. International Affairs, 90 (4). pp. 819-834.
Humle, T., Duffy. R et al, 2014, Science. Vol 344, no. 6190, p.1351 (Letters).
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Blogs & Media
Articles published in blogs, newspapers and magazines
Marijnen, E., and Duffy, R. 2018. ‘Animals are victims of human conflict, so can conservation help build peace in warzones?’. The Conversation, 16.01.2018.
Masse, F., quoted in article by Story Hinckley. 2017. ‘From ISIS to elephants: the tale of a unique anti-poaching force’. The Christian Science Monitor, 23.10.2017.
Masse, F. 2017. ‘Community participation is needed for more effective anti-poaching’. The Conversation, 29.08.2017
Duffy, R. 2017. ‘Questioning militarization is essential for successful and socially just conservation’. Mongabay, 16.10.2017.
Duffy, R. 2017. ‘We need to talk about the militarisation of conservation’. Green European Journal, 20.07.2017.
Duffy, R. 2017. ‘Can Britain make an ivory ban work? Only if it learns from America’s experience’. The Conversation, 09.10.2017.
Duffy, R., Dickinson, H., and Joanny, L. 2017. ‘Foreign ‘conservation armies’ in Africa may be doing more harm than good. ‘The Conversation, 12.07.17.
Duffy, R. 2016, ‘Is Wildlife trafficking a threat to global security?’. SIID 16.11.16
Duffy, R., 2015. ‘War by Conservation’. Just Conservation. 25.09.15
Duffy, R. 2015. ‘The EU should promote a demand reduction approach to tackling the global ivory trade’. LSE Europe Politics and Policy. 09.04.15.
Duffy, R. 2014, ‘Forget the War for Biodiversity, its Just War’. Just Conservation 14.07.14
Duffy, R. 2014, ‘Are We Hearing a Call to Arms From Conservationists’. Just Conservation 18.02.14
Duffy, R., 2013, ‘Lion hunt quotas could be good for animals but bad for humans’. The Conversation, 16.12.13
Duffy, R. and D. Brockington, 2013, ‘Tigers, elephants ask: what have the royals ever done for us?’. The Conversation 29.10.13
Duffy, R., 2010, ‘Your Role in the Wildlife Crime’. New Scientist 11.09.10
Authored, co-authored or edited books
Duffy. R., 2010, Nature Crime: How We’re Getting Conservation Wrong . New Haven, CT and London: Yale University Press.
Brockington, D. and R. Duffy (eds), 2010. Capitalism and Conservation. Blackwells, Antipode Book Series.
Brockington, D., R. Duffy and J. Igoe, 2008. Nature Unbound: Conservation, Capitalism and the Future of Protected Areas. London: Earthscan.
Reports, policy documents and consultancies
Duffy, R., 2016 (INTA DG Trade, Brussels, European Parliament).
Duffy, R. and J. Humphreys (2014). Mapping Donors: Key Areas for Tackling Illegal Wildlife Trade (Africa and Asia). Evidence on Demand Report HD151.
Duffy, R. R.H. Emslie and M.H. Knight (2013). Rhino poaching: How do we respond?. Report prepared for UK DfID, December 2013. Evidence on Demand Report HD087.
Duffy, R. and F.A.V. St. John (2013). Poverty, Poaching and Trafficking: What are the links?. Consultancy Report for DFID, June 2013. Evidence on Demand Report HD059.
Keynotes, presentations and abstracts
Lappe-Osthege, T. Abstract from paper given at POLLEN18: Political Ecology, the Green Economy, and Alternative Sustainabilities, Oslo, 20-22 Jun 2018.
Lappe-Osthege, T. Abstract from paper given at the Adriatic Flyway Conference, Serbia. 19-23 Mar 2018.
Duffy, R. Video address for ‘Conservation Enforcement in Nepal: Exploring enforcement-based responses to wildlife trade’ event, Nepal. 10 Jan 2018.
Duffy, R. Presentation slides from Departmental Seminar, Dept. of Politics, University of Sheffield. 18 Oct 2017.
Duffy, R., Joanny, L., and Dickinson, H. Presentation slides from the first BIOSEC Knowledge Exchange workshop at Oxford Martin School Illegal Wildlife Trade Symposium. 26 Sep 2017.
Duffy, R. Talk delivered at BISA Conference. 15 June 2017.
Duffy, R. Talk on the ivory trade to mark the opening of Stories from the East: The Grice Ivories exhibition at Weston Park Museum. 18 May 2017
Duffy. R. Talk for Human Geographies Research Seminar Series, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield. 9 May 2017.
Duffy, R. Keynote British Animal Studies Network Conference, University of Sheffield. 18-19 November 2016.
Information from other sources that can help us understand the illegal wildlife trade
Video from BirdLife Serbia, published 17 March 2017.
Adams, William M. 2017. ‘Geographies of conservation II: Technology, surveillance and conservation by algorithm.’ Progress in Human Geography, 1-14. 2017.
BirdLife International. 2016. ‘Preliminary assessment of the scope and scale of illegal killing and taking of birds in the Mediterranean.’ In Bird Conservation International, Vol. 26, pp. 1-28.
Nellemann, C., et al (eds) ‘The Rise of Environmental Crime – A Growing Threat To Natural Resources Peace, Development And Security’. UNEP- INTERPOL Rapid Response Assessment, United Nations Environment Programme and RHIPTO Rapid Response–Norwegian Center for Global Analyses, 2016.
WILDLABS.NET. 2016. ‘How do wildife crime experts view Remote Sensing Technologies used to combat wildlife crime?’. Published 7.11.2016
McGuire, T. and C. Haenlein (2015). ‘An Illusion of Complicity: Terrorism and the Illegal Ivory Trade in East Africa’. RUSI Occasional Paper series. Sep 2015.
Roe, D. et al (2015). ‘Beyond Enforcement: Engaging Communities in Tackling Wildlife Crime’. IIED, London, Apr 2015.
Nellemann, C., et al (eds) (2014). ‘The Environmental Crime Crisis – Threats to Sustainable Development from Illegal Exploitation and Trade in Wildlife and Forest Resources’. UNEP Rapid Response Assessment, United Nations Environment Programme and GRID. Arendal, Nairobi and Arendal, 2014.
BIO Intelligence Service. 2011. Stocktaking of the main problems and review of national enforcement mechanisms for tackling illegal killing, trapping and trade of birds in the EU. Final report prepared for European Commission (DG Environment). 30.12.2011.