IMPORTANT – ISA meetings you MUST attend!

Here are some slots you MUST reserve – these are important ESS of ISA events and we look forward to meeting you and getting to know you better during this years conference:

  • TD11: ESS Distinguished Scholar Panel Honoring Robyn Eckersley
  • Environmental Studies Section (ESS) Distinguished Scholar Reception, Honoring Robyn Eckersley
  • Environmental Studies Section (ESS) Business Meeting
    • When: Friday, March 29, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

Toronto is coming – did you upload your paper? Me neither.. yet…

UPLOAD YOUR PAPER FOR ISA!

Did you upload your paper(s) for yet? Me neither – but March is HERE now and there are only a few weeks left before we all meet up in Toronto for the annual highlight – the ISA conference!

If you are a Discussant – get a hold of your panel and give them a deadline for submitting their paper so you have time to read it. There are many great panels this year

Nature Sustainability – consider submitting your article!

Nature Sustainability

Launched in January 2018, Nature Sustainability will publish research contributing to a deep understanding of the ways in which we organize our lives in a finite world and the multiple impacts our actions have. Beyond fundamental research, the journal will attract studies of policies and solutions to ensure human well-being now and in the future. Its aim is to facilitate important cross-disciplinary dialogues to respond to the greatest challenges of our time.

The journal is now welcoming submissions. Please visit their website for further information.

Fifth edition of Global Gender Politics by ESS author Anne Sisson Runyan

Runyan, A.S. (Forthcoming 2019). Global gender politics. New York, NY: Routledge.

Global Gender Politics analyzes the gendered divisions of power, labor, and resources that contribute to the global crises of representation, violence, and sustainability. The author emphasizes how hard-won attention to gender and other related inequalities in world affairs is simultaneously being jeopardized by new and old authoritarianisms and depoliticized through reducing gender to a binary and a problem-solving tool in global governance. The author examines gendered insecurities produced by the pursuit of international security and gendered injustices in the global political economy and sees promise in transnational struggles for global justice.

New book from Fuzuo Wu from Aalborg University, Denmark

Wu, F. (2018). Energy and climate policies in China and India: A two-level comparative study. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

The book explores the proactive and reactive features of China and India’s domestic and foreign policies to address two intertwined challenges: first, China and India have taken policy measures that accord with their own domestic priorities; second, both countries have had to alter the trajectory of their proactive policy measures as a result of external pressures. The book argues that China and India’s proactive and reactive policy measures to address energy insecurity and climate change have been shaped by their two-level pressures. At the domestic/unit level, both countries have had to sustain fast economic growth and eradicate poverty in order to maximize their economic wealth. At the international/systemic level, both countries have sought to enhance their great power status in the international system which is characterized by not only asymmetrical interdependence but also global governance in general, and global energy and climate governance in particular.