The 2030+ Group

PUBLICATIONS

Selected Publications on Key Issues by 2030+ Group Members

Blay-Palmer, A. and I. Knezevic. 2015. Building sustainable communities through alternative food systems. In Robinson, G. and D. Schmallegger. (Eds.). Handbook on the Globalisation of Agriculture. Cheltenham, UK and Northhampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Blay-Palmer, A., I.Knezevic, and A. Spring. (2014). Seeking common ground for food systems transformation. Dialogues in Human Geography, 4 (2): 185-189.

Blay-Palmer, A. D., Knezevic, I., Andrée, P., Ballamingie, P., Landman, K. E., Mount,P.Skinner, K. 2013. Future food system research priorities: A sustainable food systems perspective from Ontario, Canada. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Human Development. 3(4), 227–234.

J. Crush, “Linking Migration, Development and Urban Food Security” in Southern Africa”  International Migration, 51 (2013): 61-75.

Anich, R., Crush, J., Melde, S., and Oucho, J.O. Eds. A New Perspective on Human Mobility in the South, (Spring-Netherlands: Springer, 2014). http://www.springer.com/us/book/9789401790222#

J. Crush and A. Chikanda, “South-South Medical Tourism and the Quest for Health in Southern Africa” Social Science & Medicine 124 (2015): 313-32.

S. Dalby, “International security in the Anthropocene”
http://www.e-ir.info/2015/02/23/international-security-in-the-anthropocene/

S. Dalby,  “Climate Change: New Dimensions of Environmental Security” RUSI Journal, 158(3). 2013. 34-43. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03071847.2013.807583

Mitchell, Audra (accepted for publication 2015) “Beyond Biodiversity and Species: Problematizing Extinction” Theory, Culture and Society (forthcoming).

Mitchell, Audra 2015. “Thinking Without the Circle: Marine Plastic and Global Ethics” Political Geography, Vol. 47, pp. 77-85.

Mitchell, Audra 2014. “Only Human? Towards Worldly Security” Security Dialogue, Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 5-21.

KickBusch I, Orbinski J, Winkler T, Schnabel A. EBOLA and why we need a sustainable development goal 18 on global health security. Lancet. Vol 385, 1069. March 21, 2015.

Orbinski J. (2014) .Introduction in  Asbinsu Singh, Zinta Sommers, Eds. Reducing Disaster: Early Warning Systems for Climate Change. Springer Press. 2014.

Orbinski, J. (2014). Global Health, Justice and International Law.  In Michael Freeman, Sarah Hawkes, and Belinda Bennett, Eds. Law and Global Health. Oxford International Law Series. Oxford University Press. 2014.

A. Whiteside, HIV/AIDS: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford University Press, 2008.

A. Whiteside “South Africa’s Key Health Challenges” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 652(1)  (2014) DOI: 10.1177/0002716213508067

R. Root and A. Whiteside “A qualitative study of community home-based care and antiretroviral adherence in Swaziland” Journal of the International AIDS Society, 16:17978 (2014)

PRESENTATIONS, CONFERENCES & WORKING PAPERS

S. Dalby, “Framing the Anthropocene: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”, Association of American Geographers Annual Meetings, April 2015, Chicago. Download: DalbyAAG2015GoodBadUgly

TEACHING

Faculty members of the 2030+ Group teach at the Balsillie School of International Affairs in Master’s and Ph.D. level courses. They advise students, lead seminars, and participate in BSIA research clusters and other school activities.

Special Topics in International Economic Relations: Migration and Development
(Crush, Spring 2015)

Interdisciplinary Seminar in Human Security
(Whiteside, Orbinski, Jackson – Winter 2015)

Security Ontology – Issues and Institutions
(Dalby, Winter 2015)

Contemporary Issues in Human Security
(Orbinski, Winter 2015)

Contemporary Issues in Human Security
(Whiteside, Winter 2015)