My professional background is almost equally divided between work in emergency logistics (as an Australian Army Logistics Officer and with NGOs in Africa) and in the climate science and policy sector.
I have worked as a consultant on sustainable transport and logistics for local and State goverments; on community wind-farm projects, and in stakeholder engagement, liaison and project management roles within the climate / enviro science sector.
Internationally, I have worked in Africa (Ghana, Nigeria, Sudan); the Middle East, and the Asia-Pacific region.
My research and writing work covers climate-security and framing, but I also explore leadership and teamwork in the context of changing socio-cultural trends.
Boulton, E.G. (2018) 'Climate Change as a Hyperthreat', in Australian Contributions to Strategic and Military Geography, Springer, pp. 69-90.
Boulton, E.G. (2017) Teaming: An introduction to gender studies, unshackling human talent and optimising military capability for the coming Era of Equality: 2020 to 2050. Australian Army, Canberra.
Boulton, E. (2016). "Climate change as a ‘hyperobject’: a critical review of Timothy Morton's reframing narrative." Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
Boulton, E., A. Watkins and D. Perry (2012). “A user-centred design approach to the Seasonal Climate Outlook.” Climate ExChange. World Meteorological Organization, F. Lúcio and T. Avellán. U.K., Tudor Rose: 232-235.
Boulton, E. (2020). Australian bushfires: We need a post-human disaster response, Medium.
Boulton, E.G. (2019) 'Telling the story of climate change: threat or emergency, and does it matter?' The Power to Persuade website, Canberra, Australia, 29 October 2019
Boulton, E. (2018) The new socio-cultural world of 2020-2050: What might it mean for militaries?, The Wavell Room, UK
Boulton, E. (2017). Submission 47 to the Senate Inquiry on the Implications of Climate change for Australia’s National Security – August 2017, Parliament of Australia, Canberra.
Boulton, E. (2017) A Case Study: the Liberian Wars, The Cove, Canberra.
Boulton, E. (2017) (Podcast) ‘Why I Named My Daughter After Nancy Wake AC, GM’: Wyatt Frazer discusses Australia’s most famous war heroine and reflects upon fatherhood in the modern Army, The Cove, Canberra.
Boulton, E. (2016) "How Climate Scientists Cut Through a Political log-jam of Gigantic Proportions” The Interpreter Blog; Lowy Institute. (www.lowyinterpreter.org)
Boulton, E. (2016) "It’s time for a new age of Enlightenment: why climate change needs 60,000 artists to tell its story." The Conversation. 8th June 2016