In his first blog as BIOSEC post-doctoral researcher, Jared Margulies discusses the politics of the illicit wildlife trade and whether we need to consider animals not just as commodities, but as political subjects.
BIOSEC Research Fellow Teresa Lappe-Osthege explores the geopolitical implications of the illegal trade in songbirds & its established links with the EU.
Conservation is becoming more militarised and it is cause for serious concern, write BIOSEC's Rosaleen Duffy, Hannah Dickinson and Laure Joanny
The first edition of our quarterly BIOSEC newsletter has been released.
Rosaleen Duffy on her recent fieldwork in Washington D.C., interviewing a range of agencies and key players in wildlife conservation.
Teresa Lappe-Osthege, Dr Esther Marijnen and Dr Brock Bersaglio join our wider network of researchers with an interest in conflict, security and environmental issues.
Rosaleen Duffy Q&A with Sarah Illingworth (Impolitikal) about the BIOSEC project and the deepening interlinkages between conservation and international security.
Jared Margulies and Francis Masse will be joining the BIOSEC team in October 2017 and January 2018 respectively. The fellowships will investigate how framing of environmental crime and security is influencing responses to illegal wildlife trade in both source & end-user countries.
Professor Rosaleen Duffy talks at Weston Park Museum on Fri 19th May, as part of an evening of events to mark the opening of Stories from the East: The Grice Ivories exhibition.
In April 2017, Professor Rosaleen Duffy attended a meeting at the Oxford Martin School to discuss the future direction of biodiversity conservation - Conservation 3.0. Here, she reflects on the discussions and debates of the day.