Lorraine Elliott

Career highlights

Board of Directors, Academic Council on the United Nations System; International Advisory Group, IHDP Global Environmental Change and Human Health Initiative; International Advisory Group, One World Trust; Member, Internal Governance Board, ANU Climate Change Institute; Australian National Committee, Council for Security Cooperation Asia Pacific (CSCAP); Executive Committee, Environmental Studies Section, International Studies Association; Editorial boards for Global Environmental Politics, and Global Change, Peace and Security; formerly Reader in International Relations and Programme Director for the MA in International Relations, University of Warwick; Awards and visiting appointments include: Exchange Fellowship, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences and Australian Academy of Social Sciences (2007); Visiting Research Fellow, Balliol College, Oxford (2002); Visiting Fellow, Asia Research Centre, London School of Economics (2001); Research grants: Japan Foundation (2009); International Centre of Excellence in Asia Pacific Studies (2007); United States Institute of Peace (2002); Australasian Political Studies Association L F Crisp Medal for originality and intellectual contribution (1997).

Transnational Environmental Crime Project (TEC)

The Transnational Environmental Crime (TEC) project investigates emerging trends in transnational environmental crime and examines the conditions for successful regulatory and enforcement responses.

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