Content Index

This article examines the complex history of the grey seal problem in Britain since 1914.

The paper asks, what historical conditions made it possible to conceive of hydro technical engineering in moral categories?

This paper attempts to demonstrate the nature of human impact on forest cover and flooding in the Annecy Petit Lac Catchment in pre-Alpine Haute Savoie, France, between 1730 and 2000.

In Britain, a large proportion of the soil and groundwater pollution that occurred during the nineteenth and first half of the twentieth century came from gasworks and coke plants…

This article analyses how multi-faceted narratives of south Indian people as communities and their rights in land and resources were established in early European reports from the Nilgiris.

This article examines how riparian law governed the disposal of industrial wastes into watercourses in the United States in the nineteenth and early twentieth century.

This paper analyses the turning-point in attitudes to the most distinctive feature of one nation’s indigenous environment.

The authors present a comprehensive analysis of marine mammal utilisation for Trinidad and Tobago.

This paper focuses on historical analysis of the local management of the Brazilian Amazonian floodplain.

The general view in Swedish historiography of an inherent conflict between iron-making and the practice of slash-and-burn is questioned on the basis of this palaeoecological case study of repeated slash-and-burn cultivation from the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries in a mining district of central Sweden.