June 2013” SDI is granted consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.
March 2013: Neil Harrison presents papers at the International Studies Association’s 54th Annual Convention in San Francisco.
March 2012: Neil Harrison and John Mikler chair a funded workshop on Climate Change and Technological Innovation at the International Studies Association’s 53rd. Annual Convention in San Diego.
January 2012: John Mikler and Neil E. Harrison, ‘Varieties of Capitalism and Technological Innovation for Climate Change Mitigation’ New Political Economy, 17(2) (2012): 179-208.
2010-2011: John Mikler and Neil E. Harrison present papers at the general conference of the European Consortium for Policy Research and the International Political Science Association convention in Santiago, Chile.
March 2008: Neil Harrison participates in international workshop on the application of complexity to international relations - in San Francisco.
July-November 2007: Neil Harrison is Visiting Scholar in the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney in Australia.
February 2007: Selected Topics in National and Regional Institutions and Infrastructures edited by Neil E. Harrison is published by EOLSS/UNESCO. Can be found at http://www.eolss.net/.
July 2007: Complexity in World Politics” published in paperback.
October 2003: Neil Harrison presented a paper entitled “Good Governance: Complexity, Institutions, and Resilience” at the 2003 Open Meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change science community in Montreal, Canada. A PDF file of the draft paper can be found here.
November 2002: UNESCO publishes a three volume Knowledge for Sustainable Development of the theme papers from the Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. Theme 18.9 is by Neil E. Harrison and is entitled: Institutional and Infrastructure Resources: National and Regional Institutions and Infrastructures
October 2001: At the 2001 Open Meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change science community in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Neil Harrison presents a paper on the interaction between science and politics .
September 2000: SUNY Press publishes Neil E. Harrison, Constructing Sustainable Development. This book identifies the biases and limitations of the three primary sustainable development “narratives” and proposes a new way to think about this complex issue.