Content Index

This film considers wildlife conservation in Africa from the perspective of those who live in close proximity to the animals.

The Environmental Humanities Network at the University of Gothenburg (GUEHN) is a cross-disciplinary platform for scholars and scientists interested in humanities perspectives on human-environment interaction.

Stockholm Resilience Centre advances the understanding of complex social-ecological systems and generates new insights and development to improve ecosystem management practices and long-term sustainability.

The Australian Environmental Humanities Hub gathers news and events for environmentally interested scholars in Australia and around the world.

The Climate History Network (CHN) is an organization of scholars who reconstruct past climate changes and, often, identify how those changes affected human history.

H-Environment is a network of scholars and others interested in the rapidly growing field of environmental history.

The American Society for Environmental History (ASEH) promotes scholarship and teaching in environmental history, supports the professional needs of its members, and connects its undertakings with larger communities.

The European Society for Environmental History (ESEH) aims to stimulate dialogue between humanistic scholarship, environmental science and other disciplines. It welcomes members from all disciplines and professions who share its interest in past relationships between human culture and the environment.

In 2000, the government restored land resources to the indigenous people of Zimbabwe. The chaotic land reform caused widespread environmental problems.

The film highlights the pollution of the Baltic Sea from agricultural run-off and wastewaters, particularly in the Kocinka catchment of Poland. It offers multiple perspectives from the range of stakeholders, and is the outcome of the Soils2Sea project which ran from 2014 to 2017.