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n. 1 - 2008


Editorial
Mauro Agnoletti and Gabriella Corona

 

Research articles

Isthmus in the World. Elements for an Environmental History of Panama
Guillermo H. Castro
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Violent Landscape: Global Explosions and Lao Life-Worlds
Holly High
Abstract   Full Text

Controlling Nature and Transforming Landscapes in the Early Modern Caribbean
Laura Hollsten
Abstract   Full Text

The Nature-Culture Trap: A Critique of Late 20th Century Global Paradigms of Environmental Change in Africa and Beyond
Emmanuel Kreike
Abstract   Full Text

Poverty in the Gwai Forest Reserve, Zimbabwe: 1880-1953
Vimbai Chaumba Kwashirai
Abstract   Full Text

Environmental History, Traditional Populations and Paleo-territories in the Brazilian Atlantic Coastal Forest
Rogério Ribeiro de Oliveira
Abstract   Full Text

Nationalized Nature on Picture Postcards: Subtexts of Tourism from an Environmental Perspective
Verena Winiwarter
Abstract   Full Text

 
Library

John McNeill discusses Oscar Carpintero
Full text

Around the World

Japan’s Eco-Towns and Innovation Clusters: Synergy Towards Sustainability
Kazukiyo Higuchi and Michael G. Norton
Abstract   Full text
 

Institutions and Environmental History

The Latin American and Caribbean Society of Environmental History
Reinaldo Funes Monzote
Full text
 

Interviews

Waiting for a Fair Future...
Wolfgang Sachs
by Federico Paolini
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n. 2 - 2008


Editorial

Mauro Agnoletti and Gabriella Corona

 
Research articles

Economic Ideology about the Environment. From Adam Smith to Bjørn Lomborg
Hans Aage
Abstract   Full text

Energy Transition and CO2 Emissions in Southern Europe: Italy and Spain (1861-2000)
Silvana Bartoletto and M.d.Mar Rubio
Abstract   Full text

The Impact of River Engineering Works on the Dyje River Floodplain in the Czech Republic
Hana Skokanova
Abstract   Full text

The Loss of Landscape Efficiency: An Ecological Analysis of Land-Use Changes in Western Mediterranean Agriculture (Vallès County, Catalonia, 1853-2004)
Joan Marull, Joan Pino, Enric Tello
Abstract    Full text


Around the World

The Effects of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict on Water Resources in the Jordan River Basin
Eugenia Ferragina
Abstract    Full text 


Policies

The Introduction of Historical and Cultural Values in the Sustainable Management of European Forests
Mauro Agnoletti, Steven Anderson, Elisabeth Johann, Mart Kulvik, Andrey V. Kushlin, Peter Mayer, Cristina Montiel Molina, John Parrotta, Ian D. Rotherham, Eirini Saratsi
Full text

Library

Debojyoti Das discusses Ranjan Chakrabarti
Full text

Grigory Isachenko discusses Yuriy Vedenin and Marina Kuleshova
Full text

Paolo Malanima
discusses Ian Gordon Simmons

Full text

Joachim Radkau
discusses Josef Boyer and Helge Heidemeyer
Full text
 

Interviews

Degrowth: A Slogan for a New Ecological Democracy
Serge Latouche
by Federico Paolini
Full text
 

Forum

What is Global Environmental History?
Conversation with Piero Bevilacqua, Guillermo Castro, Ranjan Chakrabarti, Kobus du Pisani, John R. McNeill, Donald Worster
edited by Gabriella Corona
Abstract      Full text


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n. 3 - 2009


Editorial

Mauro Agnoletti and Gabriella Corona

 
Research articles

A Month in the Life of José Salud, Forester in the Spanish Philippines, July 1882
Greg Bankoff
Abstract   Full text

An Environmental History of Nacre and Pearls: Fisheries, Cultivation and Commerce
Micheline Cariño and Mario Monteforte
Abstract   Full text

Local People and the Global Tiger: An Environmental History of the Sundarbans
Ranjan Chakrabarti
Abstract   Full text

The Creation and Management of Protected Areas in Monteverde, Costa Rica
Jason Davis
Abstract    Full text

Urban Trees and Urban Environmental History in a Latin American City: Belo Horizonte, 1897-1964
Regina Horta Duarte
Abstract    Full text

Postponed Leap in Carbon Dioxide Emissions: The Impact of Energy Efficiency, Fuel Choices and Industrial Structure on the Finnish Energy Economy, 1800-2005
Jan Kunnas and Timo Myllyntaus
Abstract    Full text

Reconstructing the History of Forestry in Northwestern China, 1949-1998
Jinlong Liu
Abstract    Full text


Around the World

Ecological and Poverty Impacts of Zimbabwe’s Land Struggles: 1980 to Present
Vimbai C. Kwashirai
Abstract   Full text 

Library

Stephane Frioux discusses Jean-Marc Moriceau
Full text

Laura Hollsten discusses Reinaldo Funes Monzote
Full text
 

Interviews

On Nature and Power
Joachim Radkau
by Gabriella Corona
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n. 4 - 2009


Editorial

Mauro Agnoletti and Gabriella Corona

 
Research articles

Sustaining Soil fertility: Agricultural Practice in the Old and New Worlds
Geoff Cunfer and Fridolin Krausmann
Abstract   Full text

Peasant Protest as Environmental Protest. Some Cases from the 18th to the 20th Century
Manuel González de Molina, Antonio Herrera, Antonio Ortega Santos, David Soto
Abstract   Full text

International Conservation Governance and the Early History of the Ngorngoro Conservation Area, Tanzania
Peter J. Rogers
Abstract   Full text

Macroeconomic and Environmental History: The Impact of Currency Depreciation on forests in British India, 1873-1893*
Sashi Sivramkrishna
Abstract    Full text

Historiographies

Agroecosystem, Peasants, and Conflicts: Environmental History in Spain at the Beginning of the Twenty-first Century
Antonio Ortega Santos
Abstract    Full text

Around the World

“Bridging Divides for Water”: The 5th World Water forum (WWf) and the Alternative Water forum
Eugenia Ferragina
Abstract    Full text

Library

Reinaldo Funes Monzote discusses Shawn William Miller
Full text



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n. 5 - 2010


Editorial

Mauro Agnoletti and Gabriella Corona

 
Research articles

Socio-Ecological Transformation from Rural into a Residential
Landscape in the Matadepera Village (Barcelona Metropolitan
Region), 1956-2008
Gemma Estany, Anna Badia, Iago Otero, Martí Boada
Abstract   Full text

Artificial Apple Production in Fraiburgo, Brazil, 1958-1989
Jó Klanovicz
Abstract   Full text

Zimbabwe’s Chinhoyi Caves: 1845-1945
Vimbai C. Kwashirai
Abstract   Full text

Green Colonialism and Forest Policies in South India, 1800-1900
V.M. Ravi Kumar
Abstract    Full text

Around the World

Netting the Global Forest: Attempts at Influence
John Dargavel
Abstract    Full text

Library

Alexander Fehér discusses Peter Chrastina
Full text

Interviews

Virtual Water as a Tool  to Protect Water  Resources at the Local  and Global Level
Arjen Hoekstra by  Desiréè A.L. Quagliarotti
Full text

Abstracts
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Biographies
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n. 6 - 2011


Editorial

Mauro Agnoletti and Gabriella Corona

 
Research articles

Blaming It on the Weather: The Role of “Inclement” Rainfall in
Society-Nature Relations in Liberal Costa Rica (1860-1940)
Anthony Goebel Mc Dermott, Ronny J. Viales Hurtado
Abstract   Full text

Environmental Change and Chronic Famine in Manbhum, Bengal
District, 1860-1910
Nirmal Kumar Mahato
Abstract   Full text

Looking Back to Move Forward: Using History to Understand
the Consensual Forest Management Model in the Terai, Nepal
Poshendra Satyal Pravat
Abstract   Full text

Limitations of Environmental Success Without Successful Policy
Paula Schönach
Abstract    Full text

Policies

Responses to Air Pollution Based on Historical and Current Policies in the EU and ASEAN
Michael Goodsite, Ole Hertel, Catherine Wong Mei Ling, Lars Moseholm
Abstract    Full text

Library

Poul Holm discussess Matthew McKenzie
Full text

Federico Paolini discusses Geneviève Massard Guilbaud
Full text


Abstracts
Full text

Biographies
Full text


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n. 7-8 - 2011


Editorial

Mauro Agnoletti and Gabriella Corona

 
Research articles

Traditional Knowledge in the Defence of the Cultural Landscape of Tlajomulco,  Mexico
Marìa de la Luz Ayala, Edith R. Jiménez Huerta
Abstract   Full text

Private Investment in Biodiversity Conservation. A Growing Trend in the Western World?
Max Bourke
Abstract   Full text

Colonial Famine Relief and Development Policies: Towards an Environmental History of Northern Ghana
Jeff Grischow, Holger Weiss
Abstract   Full text

Environmental Experiences of Chinese People in the Mid-Nineteenth Century Australian Gold Rushes
Fei Sheng
Abstract    Full text

Theoretical questions

The Origins and Purpose of Eco-Innovation
Mario Pansera
Abstract    Full text

Around the World

World Water Day 2012. "Water and Food Security: The World is Thirsty Because We are Hungry"
Desiree Quagliarotti
Abstract    Full text

Library

Richard Oram discussess David Peterson del Mar
Full text

Interviews
Agriculture, Health, Environment
Piero Bevilacqua by Idamaria Fusco
Abstract    Full text

Dialogues
Landscapes, Agro-Biodiversity, Markets, Subsidies

Mauro Agnoletti talks with Vandana Shiva
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Abstracts
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Biographies
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n. 9 - 2012


Introduction

Chasing a Ghost? Environmental Change and Migration in History
Uwe Lübken

 
Research articles

Post-Disaster Migrations and Returns in Sicily: The 1908 Messina Earthquake and the 1968 Belice Valley Earthquake
Giacomo Parrinello
Abstract   Full text

Environmental Migration as Planned Livelihood Among the Rebaris of Western Rajasthan, India
Vipul Singh
Abstract   Full text

Healthy Country, Unhealthy City: Population Growth, Migration, and Urban Sanitation in Lima and Manila
David Soll
Abstract   Full text

Migration as a Failure to Adapt? How Andean People Cope with Environmental Restrictions and Climate Variability
Annelies Zoomers
Abstract    Full text

The Desert and the Garden: Climate as Attractor and Obstacle in the Settlement History of the Western United States
Lawrence Culver
Abstract    Full text

“All That Country Will Be Taken Up by the Thrifty Settler”: Migration, Environment, and the Cutover Lands of Minnesota, USA from the 1890s to the 1930s
Kevin C. Brown
Abstract    Full text

Interviews
Displacement, Migration, and Environmental Change
An Interview with Anthony Oliver-Smith
conducted by Uwe Lübken and Franz Mauelshagen
Full text

Abstracts
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Biographies
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n. 10 - 2012

Editorial
Mauro Agnoletti and Gabriella Corona

 
World War II, the Cold War, and Natural Resources

War and Natural Resources in History: Introduction
Simo Laakkonen, Richard Tucker
Abstract   Full text

Big Science and the Enchantment of Growth in Latin America
Nicolás Cuvi
Abstract   Full text

The Vulnerability of Nations: Food Security in the Aftermath of World War II
Jacob Darwin Hamblin
Abstract   Full text

World War II and the “Great Acceleration” of North Atlantic Fisheries
Poul Holm
Abstract    Full text

The Environmental Impacts of Japan’s Occupation of West Malaysia (1942-45) and its Socio-Economic Implications
Jeyamalar Kathirithamby-Wells
Abstract    Full text

Present and History

Survival Strategies and the Environment: The Siwalik Forest Commons, 19th and 20th Centuries
Minoti Chakravarty-Kaul
Abstract    Full text

Urbanists and the Environment Between Technique and Politics: The Case of Italy from the Sixties to the Present
Gabriella Corona
Abstract    Full text

Around the World

“Rather Active Today than Radioactive Tomorrow!” Environmental Justice and the Anti-Nuclear Movement in 1970s Wyhl, West Germany
Martin Kalb
Abstract    Full text

Some Reflections on the Causes and Effects of the Global Food Crisis
Desirée A.L. Quagliarotti
Abstract    Full text

Library

Paolo Malanima discusses Brian C. Black
Full text

Interviews

Questions about Global Food Security
Olivier De Schutter by Idamaria Fusco and Desirée A.L. Quagliarotti
Full text

Abstracts
Full text

Biographies
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n. 11 - 2013
RCC Special Issue on Environment and Memory, edited by Frank Uekötter

Introduction
Environment and Memory: Some Introductory Remarks
Frank Uekötter

 

Research Articles

An Impure Nature: Memory and the Neo-Materialist Flip at America’s Biggest Toxic Superfund Site
Timothy James LeCain
Abstract   Full text

GAU: Nuclear Reactors and the “Maximum Credible Accident”
Joachim Radkau
Abstract   Full text

Environment, Memory, and the Groundnut Scheme: Britain’s Largest Colonial Agricultural Development Project and Its Global Legacy
Stefan Esselborn
Abstract   Full text

Fossilized Memory:The German-Russian Energy Partnership and the Production of Energo-political Knowledge
Jeannette Prochnow
Abstract    Full text

Radiation and Borders: Chernobyl as a National and Transnational Site of Memory
Karena Kalmbach
Abstract    Full text

Knechtsand: A Site of Memory in Flux
Anna-Katharina Wöbse
Abstract    Full text

What Should We Remember? A Global Poll Among Environmental Historians
Compiled and introduced by Frank Uekötter
Full text

Volcanic Cultures of Risk: Photographing Sites of Memory
Richard Roscoe
Full text

Abstracts
Full text

Biographies
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n. 12 - 2013
Environmental histories of the Continents, edited by Vimbai C. Kwashirai

Introduction
Vimbai C. Kwashirai

 

Research Articles

Writing the Environmental History of the World’s Largest State: Four Decades of Scholarship on Russia and the USSR
Brian Bonhomme
Abstract   Full text

Forest and Grassland: Recent Trends in Russian Environmental History
Randall Dills
Abstract   Full text

From Yellowstone to Australia and New Zealand: National Parks 2.0
Warwick Frost and Jennifer Laing
Abstract   Full text

From the Periphery to the Center: North American Environmental History
Andrew C. Isenberg
Abstract    Full text

Apples and Experts: Evolving Notions of Sustainable Agriculture
Linda L. Ivey
Abstract    Full text

Moving Beyond the Nation State? Reflections on European Environmental History
Martin Kalb
Abstract    Full text

Environmental Change, Control and Management in Africa
Vimbai C. Kwashirai
Abstract    Full text

Climatic Changes in the Carpathian Basin during the Middle Ages: The State of Research
András Vadas and Lajos Rácz
Abstract    Full text

Around the World

Reframing the Land Grab Debate: The Need to Broaden and Deepen the Agenda
Annelies Zoomers and Guus van Westen
Abstract    Full text

Library

An Editorial Flop Revisited: Rethinking the Impact of M. Bookchin’s Our Synthetic Environment on its Golden Anniversary
Juan Diego Pérez Cebada
Abstract    Full text

Abstracts
Full text

Biographies
Full text



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Volume 7 Number 1 2014
RCC Special Issue on Hazardous Substances, edited by Paul Erker

Introduction
Paul Erker

Research Articles

Chronicling Quicksilver's Anthropogenic Cycle
Michael Egan
Abstract and Full text

From Poison to Carcinogen: Towards a Global History of Concerns about Benzene
Christopher Sellers
Abstract and Full text

A Comparative Perspective of Asbestos as an Industrial and Environmental Hazard
Paul Erker
Abstract and Full text

The Trouble with Bromine: Health and Environmental Impacts of Organobromine Compounds
Ian D. Rae
Abstract and Full text

Hot Air: The Science and Politics of CO2
Jens Soentgen
Abstract and Full text

From Ecocide to Eco-ally: Picloram, Herbicidal Warfare, and Invasive Species, 1963-2005
Leif Fredrickson
Abstract and Full text

Interview

The Legacy of Agent Orange: A Conversation about Risks and Responsibility
Christof Mauch, Nga Le, Christian Lahnstein, Amy Hay
Abstract and Full text

Abstracts and Author Biographies
Full text


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Volume 7 Number 2 2014
Special Issue: Mediterranean and Mediterraneans, edited by Eugenia Ferragina and Desirée A.L. Quagliarotti

Introduction
Eugenia Ferragina and Desirée A.L. Quagliarotti

Research Articles

Environmental Thinking and Cultural Values: a Reflection on Environmental Globalisation and the Mediterranean Culture
Mauro Agnoletti
Abstract and Full text

Migration from the Southern Mediterranean Countries. An Analysis of Some Macro Drivers
Silvia Coderoni and Maria Angela Perito
Abstract and Full text

Water and Food Security in the Arab Countries: National and Regional Implications
Eugenia Ferragina and Giovanni Canitano
Abstract and Full text

Transition Towards Green Water Economies: Surrounding Issues and Needed Capacity Development
Atef Hamdy
Abstract and Full text

Oriental Democracy
Alan Mikhail
Abstract and Full text

Technical Solutions to Avoid Water Conflicts: The Red Sea-Dead Sea Canal Project
Desirée A.L. Quagliarotti
Abstract and Full text

Undergrounds in the Mediterranean
Roberta Varriale
Abstract and Full text

Environment, Food Security and Conflict Narratives in the Middle East
Eckart Woertz
Abstract and Full text

Interview

Where is Environmental History Going?
John R. McNeill interviewed by Mauro Agnoletti
Full text

Other Research Articles

Fighting Locusts Together: Pest Control and the Birth of Soviet Development Aid, 1920-1939
Etienne Forestier-Peyrat
Abstract and Full text

'Go after a man-eater that has killed a hundred people? Not on your life!'
Vijaya Ramadas Mandala
Abstract and Full text

Understanding Perceptions of Protected Area Management in Developing Countries: The Case of Nigeria National Parks
Anthony Adekunle Ogunjinmi, Adedapo Ayo Aiyeloja, Israel Oluyinka Oloyede Osunsina and Kehinde Oluwaseye Ogunjinmi
Abstract and Full text

Policy

Florence Declaration on the Links between Biological and Cultural Diversity
Full text

Abstracts and Author Biographies
Full text


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Volume 8 Number 1 2015
Special Issue: Small Islands and Natural Hazards, edited by Rebecca Hofmann and Uwe Lübken

Introduction: Shrinking, sinking, resurfacing. Small islands and natural hazards in historical and current perspective
Rebecca Hofmann and Uwe Lübken

Research Articles

Island contributions to disaster research
Ilan Kelman, James Lewis, JC Gaillard, Jessica Mercer
Abstract and Full text

The island community of Chenega: Earthquake, tsunami, oil spill ... What’s next?
Katrina Lacher
Abstract and Full text

Leaving Lohāchāra: On circuits of emplacement and displacement in the Ganges Delta
Arne Harms
Abstract and Full text

Invasive species as ‘natural hazards’ in small island geographical and historical contexts
Kent Mathewson
Abstract and Full text

Collapses of island societies from environmental forcing: Does history hold lessons for the future?
Patrick Nunn and Mike Carson
Abstract and Full text

The big smallness of Tuvalu
Michael Goldsmith
Abstract and Full text

Gone with(in) the Chesapeake Bay’s waters: Reflections on society’s thresholds to migration given island sinking
Ina Richter
Abstract and Full text

Special Features

Small islands in documentary film
Alexa Weik von Mossner
Abstract and Full text

Island impressions of Typhoon Owen
Rebecca Hofmann
Full text

Abstracts and Author Biographies
Full text


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Volume 8 Number 2 2015
Special Issue: 'Gone with the Wind. Dust Storms and the Globalisation of Anti-Wind Erosion Measures in the Twentieth Century',
edited by Susanne Stein and Klaus Gestwa

Introduction: Special Issue 'Gone with the Wind. Dust Storms and the Globalisation of Anti-Wind Erosion Measures in the Twentieth Century'
Susanne Stein and Klaus Gestwa

Research Papers

The Soviet Dust Bowl and the Canadian Erosion Experience in the New Lands of Kazakhstan, 1950s-1960s
Marc Elie
Abstract and Full text

Lessons from the US: Australia's Response to Wind Erosion (1935-1945)
Sabine Sauter
Abstract and Full text

Coping with the 'World's Biggest Dust Bowl'. Towards a History of China's Forest Shelterbelts, 1950s-Present
Susanne Stein
Abstract and Full text

The Meaning of Moving Sand. Towards a Dust Bowl Mythology
Frank Uekötter
Abstract and Full text

Fear of the 'Steppes': Soil Protection and Landscape Planning in Germany 1930-1960 between Politics and Science
Axel Zutz
Abstract and Full text

Other Research Articles

Climigration: How to Plan Climate Migration by Learning from History?
Tarja Ketola
Abstract and Full text

The Princely Hunt and Kshatriyahood
Niladri Ranjan Ray
Abstract and Full text

Abstracts and Author Biographies
Full text


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Volume 9 Number 1 2016
Special Issue: 'The Country and the City',
edited by Agnes Kneitz

Introduction: Connecting People and Places in History
Donald Worster

Research Papers

Tokyo Bay as a productive landscape
Jordan Sand
Abstract and Full text

Water management, transport, and the development of market towns in the Lake Tai region, eleventh-sixteenth centuries
Xie Shi
Abstract and Full text

Growing hungry: The politics of food distribution and the shifting boundaries between urban and rural in Dar es Salaam
Emily Brownell
Abstract and Full text

Social renewal through the rural: Agricultural cooperatives in South Korea as a form of critiquing capitalism
Albert L. Park
Abstract and Full text

Interweaving country and city in the urban design of Savannah, Georgia
David Gobel
Abstract and Full text

Urban air pollution and The Country and the City
William Cavert
Abstract and Full text

Making garbage, making land, making cities: A global history of waste in and out of place
Sarah Hill
Abstract and Full text

The public lavatory of Tianjin: A change of urban faeces disposal in the process of modernisation
Cao Mu
Abstract and Full text

From factory to field: Waste-water irrigation in China's early socialist cities
Alana Boland
Abstract and Full text

Special Features

Are cities sustainable? A discussion of urban metabolism in Europe, past and future
A conversation between Dieter Schott and Christof Mauch
Full text

Green dreams: Integrating agriculture into China's metropolises
Agnes Kneitz
Full text


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Volume 9 Number 2 2016
Special Issue: 'Environmental Issues in the Socialist and Post-Socialist Countries',
edited by Idamaria Fusco and Desirée A.L. Quagliarotti

Introduction
Idamaria Fusco and Desirée A.L. Quagliarotti

Research Articles

A Transdisciplinary History of the Disappearance of the Aral Sea
Idamaria Fusco and Desirée A.L. Quagliarotti
Abstract and Full text

The Rise and Fall of Dairy Cows in Socialist Cuba
Reinaldo Funes-Monzote
Abstract and Full text

Russia, State Capitalism and Arctic Degradation
Paul R. Josephson
Abstract and Full text

Steppe by Steppe: Exploring Environmental Change in Southern Ukraine
David Moon
Abstract and Full text

Environmental Degradation in China under Mao and Today: A Comparative Reflection
Judith Shapiro
Abstract and Full text

Other Research Articles

The Danube Pontoon Bridge of Pest-Buda (1767-1849) as an Indicator and Victim of the Climate Change of the Little Ice Age
Lajos Rácz
Abstract and Full text

Has Technology Trumped Adaptive Management? A Review of Israel’s Idiosyncratic Hydrological History
Alon Tal
Abstract and Full text

Library

Giacomo Parrinello, Fault Lines. Earthquakes and Urbanism in Modern Italy
Walter Palmieri
Abstract and Full text

Interview

Food as a Weapon: Interview with Andrea Graziosi
Idamaria Fusco and Desirée A.L. Quagliarotti
Abstract and Full text


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Volume 10 Number 1 2017
Special Issue: 'Manufacturing landscapes: Nature and technology in environmental history',
edited by Helmuth Trischler and Don Worster

Introduction
Helmuth Trischler

Research Articles

Spinning their way into history: Silkworms, mulberries and manufacturing landscapes in China
Edmund Russell
Abstract and Full text

Misplaced resource: The transformation of straw from valued resource to waste in North China
Yang Wenjung
Abstract and Full text

Breeding uniformity and banking diversity: The genescapes of industrial agriculture, 1935-1970
Helen Anne Curry
Abstract and Full text

Insecticides, agriculture, and the Anthropocene
Frederick Rowe Davis
Abstract and Full text

A chemical landscape transformed: Bitterfeld, Germany since 1980
Sandra Chaney
Abstract and Full text

Stalin's water workers and their heritage: Industrialising nature in Russia, 1950 - present
Paul Josephson
Abstract and Full text

Aiming for control, haunted by its failure: Towards an envirotechnical understanding of infrastructures
Thomas Zeller
Abstract and Full text

Industrial ecology and groundwater contamination
Craig E. Colten
Abstract and Full text

Special Article

The value of citizen science: The controversy over municipal solid waste incineration and dioxin pollution in contemporary China
Mao Da
Abstract and Full text