Content Index

This article explores the intersection of water management, manomin, and food insecurity for an Anishinaabe community in Northwestern Ontario.

This article presents an overview of the environmental history of the Brazilian Cerrado, its environmental characteristics and the processes related to the historical change in the landscapes of this endangered ecosystem.

This article investigates the exploitation of timber in Brazil during the colonial period.

Book profile for Provincialising Nature: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Politics of the Environment in Latin America by Michela Coletta and Malayna Raftopoulos.

In this episode from the New Books Network podcast, former Rachel Carson Center fellow David Munns is interviewed on his new book, Engineering the Environment: Phytotrons and the Quest for Climate Control in the Cold War.

In this episode from the New Books Network podcast, Kate Brown is interviewed on her new book, Manual for Survival: A Chernobyl Guide to the Future.

In this episode from the New Books Network podcast, Emily Wakild and Michelle K. Berry are interviewed on their new book, A Primer for Teaching Environmental History: Ten Design Principles.

The hydroelectric dam “Site C” impacts not only the local environment but also the everyday life of indigenous groups.

Excerpt from The American Steppes: The Unexpected Russian Roots of Great Plains Agriculture, 1870s–1930s by former Rachel Carson Center fellow David Moon.

In this episode from the New Books Network podcast, former Rachel Carson Center fellow Helen Rozwadowski is interviewed on her 2018 book, Vast Expanses: A History of the Oceans.