Journal articles and video lectures posted within the Sakai classroom platform.
Aning, Kwesi , Atta-Asamoah, Andrews. 2011. Demography, environment and conflict in West Africa. Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. http://www.humansecuritygateway.com/showRecord.php?RecordId=36778 27 pages
Barber, Charles Victor. 1997. The case of Indonesia, project on environmental scarcities, state capacity, and civil violence. University of Toronto and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Retrieved from: http://www.library.utoronto.ca/pcs/state/indon/indonsum.htm.
Bates, Diane C. 2002. Environmental refugees? Classifying human migrations caused by environmental change. Population and Environment. New York. Iss. 5; pg. 465 (6 pages)
Berger, Matthew. 2009. Environment: debate on sea-dumped chemical weapons revived. Global Information Network. New York.(2.5pages)
Brown, Valerie J. 2004. Battle scars. Environmental Health Perspectives. Vol. 112 Issue 17, pA994-A1003 (10 pages)
Cedillo, Cristina. 2011.. Better access to remedy in company-community conflicts in the field of csr: a model for company based grievance mechanisms. Institute for Environmental Security. http://www.envirosecurity.org/actionguide/view.php?r=530&m=publications (34 pages)
CNA Corporation. 2007. National security and the threat of climate change. Retrieved from: http://securityandclimate.cna.org/ (35 pages)
Col. Randall Larsen (Ret.) 2009. Bioterrorism Threat to US. C-SPAN Video Library. http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/289108-4 (26.57 min)
Dalby, Simon and Tessitore, John. 2009. EIA Interview: Simon Dalby on Environmental Security. Carnegie Council. Retrieved from: http://www.cceia.org/resources/video/data/00012.
Detraz, Nicole, and Michele M. Betsill. 2009. Climate change and environmental security: for whom the discourse shifts. International Studies Perspectives 10, no. 3: 303-320. Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost (accessed February 18, 2012). (17 pages)
Detraz, Nicole. 2009. Environmental security and gender: necessary shifts in an evolving debate. Security Studies 18, no. 2: 345-369. International Security & Counter Terrorism Reference Center, EBSCOhost (accessed February 18, 2012). (24 pages
DeWeerdt, Sarah. 2008. War and the environment. world watch, 08960615, Vol. 21, Issue 1 (8 pages)
Ejigu, Mersie Ejigu. 2006 Post Conflict Liberia: Environmental Security as a Strategy for Sustainable Peace and Development. Foundation for Environmental Security and Sustainability. Retrieved from: http://www.fess-global.org/WorkPapers.cfm (30 pages)
Gasana, James, K. .2002. Natural Resource Scarcity and Violence in Rwanda” in Richard Matthew, Mark Halle and Jason Switzer, eds., Conserving the Peace: Resources, Livelihoods and Scarcity. Winnipeg, Manitoba: International Institute of Sustainable Development. 199-246. (47 pages)
Glenn, Jerome C., Gordon, Theodore J. and Perele, Renat. 1998. Defining environmental security: implications for the US Army. U.S. Army Environmental Policy Institute. Contract No. AEPI-IFP-1298 (29 pages)
Haldén, Peter. 2011. The past, present and future(s) of environmental security studies. Cooperation & Conflict 46, no. 3: 406-414. Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost (accessed February 18, 2012). 8 pages
Homer-Dixon, Thomas F. 1994. Environmental scarcities and violent conflict: evidence from cases, International Security, Vol. 19, No. I, pp. 5-40 (35 pages)
Howard, Philip and Homer-Dixon, Thomas.. 1996. The Case of Chiapas. University of Toronto and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Retrieved from: http://www.library.utoronto.ca/pcs/eps/chiapas/chiapas1.htm
Kaplan, Robert D. 1994. The coming anarchy.. The Atlantic Monthly 273, No. 2. Pgs. 44-76 (32 pages)
Kelly, Kimberley and Homer-Dixon, Thomas.. 1995. The Case of Gaza. University of Toronto and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Retrieved from: http://www.library.utoronto.ca/pcs/eps/gaza/gaza1.htm
Li, Jennifer Li. 2008. Environmental impact assessments in developing countries: an opportunity for greater environmental security? Foundation for Environmental Security and Sustainability. : http://www.fess-global.org/WorkPapers.cfm (38 pages)
Li, Jennifer. 2006. China's Rising Demand for Minerals and Emerging Global Norms and Practices in the Mining Industry. Foundation for Environmental Security and Sustainability. Retrieved from: http://www.fess-global.org/WorkPapers.cfm (44 pages)
Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service. (n.d.) Terrorism: Background on Chemical, Biological, and Toxin Weapons and Options for Lessening Their Impact. http://www.fas.org/irp/crs/RL31669.pdf (15 pages)
Lubovich, Kelley. 2009. Cooperation and competition: managing transboundary water resources in the Lake Victoria Region. Foundation for Environmental Security and Sustainability. Retrieved from: http://www.fess-global.org/WorkPapers.cfm. (28 pages)
Orme, Jacob. and Nielson, Daniel. 2008. environmental scarcity as an impetus for conflict. International Studies Association, 2008 Annual Meeting. (28 Pages)
Percival, Valerie and Homer-Dixon, Thomas. 1995. The Case of Rwanda. University of Toronto and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Retrieved from: http://www.library.utoronto.ca/pcs/eps/rwanda/rwanda1.htm.
Renner, Michael. 2006. Introduction to the Concepts of Environmental Security and Environmental Conflict. Institute for Environmental Security. The Hague. Retrieved from: http://www.envirosecurity.org/ges/inventory/IESPP_I-C_Introduction.pdf (16 pages)
Stark, Jeffrey, Li, Jennifer, and Terasawa, Katsuaki. 2006. Environmental Safeguards and Community Benefits in Mining: Recent Lessons from the Philippines. Foundation for Environmental Security and Sustainability Retrieved from: http://www.fess-global.org/WorkPapers.cfm (22 pages)
The International Development Research Centre. (n.d.) IDRC President on Food Security in India. http://www.idrc.ca/en/ev-136216-201-1-DO_TOPIC.html (34 minutes)
Tuchman- Mathews, Jessica. 1989. Redefining security. Foreign Affairs 68, No. 2: 162-177 (15 pages)
United Nations Environment Programme. 2011. Rwanda: From Post-Conflict to Environmentally Sustainable Development. http://www.humansecuritygateway.com/showRecord.php?RecordId=36455 (chapters 3, 7, 10 and 12 will not be read.) 170 pages