Content Index

In 1955, the Canadian Post Office Department issues a stamp to highlight its effective occupation of the High Arctic.

Godzilla has come to represent Japan’s Triple Disasters and the nuclear destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki within one singular body.

How do national parks operate? In Nationalparks von Nord bis Süd, Olaf Kaltmeier explores this question by looking at the park politics of Argentina.

Between 1905 and 1912, experts on fisheries and hydraulic engineering collaborated in order to erect a fishway at the Hemelinger dam.

This study is based on the empirical investigation of the climate change adaptation measures adopted by the farmers in the Chambal basin.

Research on determinants of collective action in the commons generally focuses on interest-group heterogeneity, implicitly assuming that groups perceive the same problems but have different priorities. This paper changes the focus to the role played by perceptions themselves.

Whereas scientific evidence points towards substantial and urgent reduction in greenhouses gas (GHG) emissions, economic analysis of climate change seems to be out of sync by indicating a more gradual approach.

The private, collective and public nature of soil quality in a watershed provides three different institutional alternatives for watershed management: individual, collective and government action. This study reviews the success and failure of these alternatives in different parts of the world.

Early Modern Écologies is the first collective volume to offer perspectives on the relationship between contemporary ecological thought and early modern French literature.

The cult of Bonbibi worship in the Sundarbans mangrove forests can inform conservation practices.