Content Index

This article examines mobilization and resistance against pollution in the Alviela River in the Santarém municipality, Portugal, since the 1950s.

The First International Conference on Iceberg Utilization, held at Iowa State University in October 1977, contributed to the formation of nascent hydrologics in the late 1970s.

Two former photojournalists bring a large format camera to Southeast Asia to portray Asian elephants living in captivity and to record their biographies.

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A visual poem (in English and Hawaiian) that pays tribute to Maunakea, a mountain on the island of Hawai`i.

Anti-nuclear activism in Denmark was characterized by information campaigns and peaceful marches.

Once a denuded gold mining landscape, now a National Heritage Park, this place is site of emerging environmental histories of post-colonizing, post-mining lands.

Gay Hawkins puts the ethical significance of waste in everyday life into historical, social, and cultural perspective, seeking to change ecologically destructive practices without recourse to guilt, moralism, or despair.

By detailing the waste we have discarded, John Scanlan argues that we can learn new things about the building blocks of our culture; he throws new light on the modern condition by examining not what we have kept, but what we have thrown away.