|Environmental Peace: Profiles|
|Professor Thomas F. Homer-Dixon
Professor Homer-Dixon is the director of the Peace and Conflict studies program and a professor in the department of Political Science at the University of Toronto. His research interests include : conflict theory, environmental security, social adaptation to complex stress, causes of ethnonationalist conflict, international relations, arms control and defense, and philosophy of mind, language and social science. Recent publications include: Environment, Scarcity and Violence (1999); Ecoviolence: Links Among Environment, Population and Security, ed. with Jessica Blitt (1999); and his best-selling book, The Ingenuity Gap.