About this collection

Interdisciplinary in scope and centered on the environmental humanities, this unique, burgeoning selection of articles from academic journals highlights current areas of debate on links between environment and society. It features journals such as Environmental Values, Environment and History, Global Environment, Environmental Humanities, Climate of the Past, International Review of Environmental History, and Conservation & Society.

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Review of Organic Sovereignties by Guntra A. Aistara
Babin, Nicholas
01/2019
Review of Pushing our Limits: Insights from Biosphere 2 by Mark Nelson
AchutaRao, Krishna
01/2019
Review of The Invisible Rainbow by Arthur Firstenberg
de Vocht, Frank
01/2019
Review of Green Wars by Megan Ybarra
Nygren, Anja
01/2019
"Promoting Social Accountability for Equitable Fisheries Within Beach Management Units in Lake Victoria (Kenya)"
Etiegni, Christine Adhiambo, Michelle Kooy, and Kenneth Irvine
01/2019
"State Conservation Efforts of Seasonal Wetlands along the Mississippi River"
Guehlstorf, Nicholas, and Adriana Martinez
01/2019
"Learning From 'Actually Existing' REDD+: A Synthesis of Ethnographic Findings"
Milne, Sarah, Sango Mahanty, Phuc To, Wolfram Dressler, Peter Kanowski, and Maylee Thavat
01/2019
"Recentralising Political Power Through Decentralised Environmental Governance: A Case from Mexico's Early REDD+ Program"
Bee, Beth A.
01/2019
"Towards a More Natural Governance of Earth’s Biodiversity and Resources"
Macdonald, David, Dominic D. P. Johnson, and Harvey Whitehouse
01/2019
"Media Ecologies of Plant Invasion"
Despard, Erin, and Michael Gallagher
11/2018
"Eco(il)logical Knowledge: On Different Ways of Relating with the Known"
Baptista, João Afonso
11/2018
"Seed Care in the Palm Oil Sector"
Chao, Sophie
11/2018
"'Removed from Nature': The Modern Idea of Human Exceptionality"
Anderson, Kay, and Colin Perrin
11/2018
"The Influence of Climate Fiction: An Empirical Survey of Readers"
Schneider-Mayerson, Matthew
11/2018
"Composting Feminisms and Environmental Humanities"
Hamilton, Jennifer Mae, and Astrida Neimanis
11/2018