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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“Gender and the Commons: Water Management in Trans-Himalayan Spiti Valley, India”
Murali, Ranjini, Ajay Bijoor, and Charudutt Mishra
“The Dark Pastoral: Material Ecocriticism in the Anthropocene”
Sullivan, Heather I.
“Narrative Ethics, Media and the Morality of the Ecological Modern: The Case of Sweden”
Hinde, Dominic
“A Different Story in the Anthropocene: Brazil’s Post-Colonial Quest for Oil (1930–1975)”
Acker, Antoine
“Environmental Humanities: Entering a New Time”
Jørgensen, Dolly, and Franklin Ginn
“The Need for Ecocentrism in Biodiversity Conservation”
Taylor, Bron, Guillaume Chapron, Helen Kopnina, Ewa Orlikowska, Joe Gray, and John J. Piccolo
“An Environmental History Perspective on the UN Agenda 2030 (‘Sustainable Development Goals’)”
Winiwarter, Verena
“Timber Exploitation in Colonial Brazil: A Historical Perspective of the Atlantic Forest”
Maioli, Veronica, Stefanie Belharte, Marcela Stuker Kropf, and Catia Henriques Callado
“Negotiating Botanical Collections: Dr Johann Preiss in Germany and Western Australia”
Haebich, Anna
“Role of Marine National Park for Sustainable Livelihoods of Artisan Fisherfolk”
Magotra, Rohit, Pushkar Pandey, Mohit Kumar, Mohit Kumar Gupta, Asha Kaushik, and Jyoti Parikh
“Flood Mitigation, Climate Change Adaptation and Technological Lock-In in Assam”  
Wasson, Robert, Saikia Arupjyoti, Priya Bansal, and Chong Joon Chuah.
“Imperilled Waterscapes: The Social-Ecological Transformation of Lakes in Bengaluru”
Sen, Amrita, Hita Unnikrishnan, and Harini Nagendra
“Fluid Epistemologies: The Social Saga of Sediments in Bengal”
Mukherjee, Jenia, and Pritwinath Ghosh
“The Post-COVID India: Making Science and Technology Socially and Environmentally Relevant”
Singh Bindra, Prerna, Chirag Gajjar, et al.
“‘We’ May Be in This Together, but We Are Not All Human and We Are Not One and the Same”
Braidotti, Rosi