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Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences

2011 - 2020

Current editor(s): Walter A. Rosenbaum

Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences
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2020, volume 10, issue 2

Expanding the multiple streams framework to explain the formation of diverse voluntary programs: evidence from US toxic chemical use policy pp. 111-123 Downloads
Lily Hsueh
Using historical information and data to strengthen planning for environmental protection and management at Everglades National Park, South Florida pp. 124-136 Downloads
George Atisa
Monopoly’s winners and losers: Elwha River Dam construction as social closure pp. 137-147 Downloads
K. Whitney Mauer
Confronting anxiety and despair in environmental studies and sciences: an analysis and guide for students and faculty pp. 148-155 Downloads
Richard L. Wallace, Jess Greenburg and Susan G. Clark
Introduction: the value of environmental disagreement pp. 156-159 Downloads
James D. Proctor
Inconvenient truths: pluralism, pragmatism, and the need for civil disagreement pp. 160-168 Downloads
Emma Brush
(Dis)agreement over what? The challenge of quantifying environmental worldviews pp. 169-177 Downloads
Jennifer Bernstein
EcoTypes: exploring environmental ideas, discovering deep difference pp. 178-188 Downloads
James D. Proctor
The role of EcoTypes in engagement across difference pp. 189-195 Downloads
Susan Caplow
Does higher education prepare students to bridge divides in today’s democracy? pp. 196-204 Downloads
Mark W. Neff and Zander Albertson
Charles A.S. Hall and Kent Klitgaard. Energy and the Wealth of Nations: An Introduction to Biophysical Economics (2nd ed.) pp. 205-207 Downloads
Martin Sers
Thomas Panagopoulos. Landscape urbanism and green infrastructure pp. 208-209 Downloads
Richard Smardon
David Pellow. What is critical environmental justice? pp. 210-211 Downloads
Maryam Amiri

2020, volume 10, issue 1

Climate change as catastrophe or opportunity? Climate change framing and implications for water and climate governance in a drought-prone region pp. 1-11 Downloads
Abigail Sullivan and Dave D. White
The relationships between social capital and concerns for climate change with increasing wildfire risks in rural communities in Central Oregon pp. 12-30 Downloads
Derric B. Jacobs and Lori A. Cramer
Partisan strength and the politicization of global climate change: a re-examination of Schuldt, Roh, and Schwarz 2015 pp. 31-40 Downloads
Alexandre Morin-Chassé and Erick Lachapelle
Dark green humility: religious, psychological, and affective attributes of proenvironmental behaviors pp. 41-56 Downloads
Bron Taylor, Jen Wright and Todd LeVasseur
Environmental beliefs and their role in environmental behaviours of undergraduate students pp. 57-67 Downloads
Robert Inkpen and Brian Baily
Local food 2.0: How do regional, intermediated, food value chains affect stakeholder learning? A case study of a community-supported fishery (CSF) program pp. 68-82 Downloads
Gabriel Cumming, Kristin Hunter-Thomson and Talia Young
A rural energy collaboratory: co-production in Thailand’s community energy experiments pp. 83-90 Downloads
Laurence L. Delina
A quantitative systematic review of distributive environmental justice literature: a rich history and the need for an enterprising future pp. 91-103 Downloads
Glenn Althor and Bradd Witt
Two High Risk Coastal Views pp. 104-105 Downloads
Richard Smardon
Daggett, Cara New. The birth of energy: fossil fuels, thermodynamics, & the politics of work pp. 106-108 Downloads
John H Perkins
Niels Sparre Nokkentved. To Think Like a Mountain, Environmental Challenges in the American West pp. 109-110 Downloads
Gary S. Silverman

2019, volume 9, issue 4

Activating values for encouraging pro-environmental behavior: the role of religious fundamentalism and willingness to sacrifice pp. 371-385 Downloads
Min Gon Chung, Hana Kang, Thomas Dietz, Patricia Jaimes and Jianguo Liu
Are liberal states greener? Political ideology and CO2 emissions in American states, 1980–2012 pp. 386-396 Downloads
Betul Gokkir and J. Samuel Barkin
Keep calm”? A critique of Wolfgang Behringer’s “A Cultural History of Climate pp. 397-408 Downloads
Rüdiger Haude
The Action-oriented Stakeholder Engagement for a Resilient Tomorrow (ASERT) framework: an effective, field-tested approach for engaging stakeholders pp. 409-418 Downloads
Juita-Elena (Wie) Yusuf, Burton St. John, Pragati Rawat, Michelle Covi, Janet Gail Nicula and Carol Considine
Decision support: using machine learning through MATLAB to analyze environmental data pp. 419-428 Downloads
David W. Nadler
Shocks, states, and societal corporatism: a shorter path to sustainability? pp. 429-436 Downloads
Thomas K. Rudel
Engaging a global Facebook audience with conservation education pp. 437-441 Downloads
Kristen Latzke, Laurie Marker and Heather Ravenscroft
Enhancing the impact of conservation marketing using psychology: a research agenda pp. 442-448 Downloads
J. C. Ryan, S. Mellish, B. R. Busque and C. A. Litchfield
David C. Gosselin, Anne E. Egger, and J. John Taber (eds.): Interdisciplinary Teaching About Earth and the Environment for a Sustainable Future pp. 449-450 Downloads
Richard Smardon
Sarmistha R. Majumdar. The politics of fracking: regulatory policy and local community responses to environmental concerns pp. 451-452 Downloads
Trey Murphy
Michelle Scobie. Global environmental governance and small states: Architectures and agency in the Caribbean pp. 453-455 Downloads
Cecilia A. Green
Bob Quinn and Liz Carlisle. Grain by grain: a quest to revive ancient wheat, rural jobs, and healthy food pp. 456-457 Downloads
Gary S. Silverman

2019, volume 9, issue 3

Carbon emissions and climate policy support by local governments in California: a qualitative comparative analysis at the county level pp. 255-269 Downloads
Robert Habans, Matthew Thomas Clement and Andrew Pattison
Acknowledging the challenges of pedagogical innovation: the case of integrating research, teaching, and the practice of environmental leadership pp. 270-275 Downloads
Rebecca L. Vidra, Deborah R. Gallagher and Victoria Wilson
Experiential learning in the natural environment: reflections from the North Pacific Ocean pp. 276-280 Downloads
Paul G. Harris
The End? Science, conservation, and social justice as necessary tools for preventing the otherwise inevitable human extinction? pp. 281-285 Downloads
Andrew J. Wright
Immersive field experiences lead to higher-level learning and translational impacts on students pp. 286-296 Downloads
Christopher Felege, Rebecca Romsdahl, Joshua Hunter, Cheryl Hunter and Susan Ellis-Felege
Characteristics of collaborative, interdisciplinary, and engaged research among graduate students in environmental conservation pp. 297-310 Downloads
Adena R. Rissman and Lori Barrow
Sasha Adkins: From disposable culture to disposable people: the unintended consequences of plastics pp. 311-312 Downloads
Barbara D. Moreland
Jade S. Sasser. On infertile ground: Population control and women’s rights in the era of climate change pp. 313-315 Downloads
Jazelyn Rivas Rosende
What higher education can bring to resilience: reports from Pace University’s water resilience conference pp. 316-321 Downloads
Michael H. Finewood and Joseph A. Henderson
Environmental habitat restoration and inquiry-based learning with New York City public schools—an urban model in STEM education pp. 322-326 Downloads
Lauren Birney and John Cronin
Social entrepreneurship, water supply, and resilience: lessons from the sanitation sector pp. 327-339 Downloads
Imran Chowdhury
The Cuyahoga fire at fifty: a false history obscures the real water crisis that never ceased pp. 340-351 Downloads
John Cronin
The right to the resilient city: progressive politics and the green growth machine in New York City pp. 352-363 Downloads
E. Melanie DuPuis and Miriam Greenberg
Framing Pier 55: negotiated resilience and contested waterfronts pp. 364-370 Downloads
Katherine Fink, Michael H. Finewood and Leanna Molnar

2019, volume 9, issue 2

Understanding China’s environmental challenges: lessons from documentaries pp. 151-158 Downloads
John Chung-En Liu, Huijing Huang and Jingyi Ma
Actions speak louder than words: designing transdisciplinary approaches to enact solutions pp. 159-169 Downloads
Vanessa R. Levesque, Aram J. K. Calhoun and Kathleen Bell
Using decision support tools in multistakeholder environmental planning: restorative justice and subbasin planning in the Columbia River Basin pp. 170-186 Downloads
Gregory Hill, Steven Kolmes, Michael Humphreys, Rebecca McLain and Eric T. Jones
The role of leadership in depleting institutional ethos: the case of Scott Pruitt and the Environmental Protection Agency pp. 187-195 Downloads
Nino Antadze
Ideas to action: environmental beliefs, behaviors, and support for environmental policies pp. 196-205 Downloads
Chenyang Xiao and Jan Buhrmann
Leading by listening, learning by doing: modeling democratic approaches to conservation leadership in graduate education pp. 206-217 Downloads
Karen A. Kainer, Citlalli López Binnqüist, Jonathan L. Dain, Belinda Contreras Jaimes, Patricia Negreros Castillo, Roldan Gonzalez Basulto, Edward A. Ellis, Hannah H. Covert, Rodrigo López Rodríguez, Irving Uriel Hernández Gómez and Fernando Melchor Contreras
Integrating team science into interdisciplinary graduate education: an exploration of the SESYNC Graduate Pursuit pp. 218-233 Downloads
Kenneth E. Wallen, Karen Filbee-Dexter, Jeremy B. Pittman, Stephen M. Posner, Steven M. Alexander, Chelsie L. Romulo, Drew E. Bennett, Elizabeth C. Clark, Stella J.M. Cousins, Bradford A. Dubik, Margaret Garcia, Heather A. Haig, Elizabeth A. Koebele, Jiangxiao Qiu, Ryan C. Richards, Celia C. Symons and Samuel C. Zipper
What is marine justice? pp. 234-243 Downloads
Jennifer A. Martin, Summer Gray, Eréndira Aceves-Bueno, Peter Alagona, Tammy L. Elwell, Angela Garcia, Zach Horton, David Lopez-Carr, Jessica Marter-Kenyon, Karly Marie Miller, Christopher Severen, Teresa Shewry and Becky Twohey
Is the European push for Open Access bad for environmental science? pp. 244-246 Downloads
Andrew J. Wright
Ecomodernist metaphors: what they reveal and what they hide pp. 247-249 Downloads
Umberto Mario Sconfienza
Nicolas Ashford and Ralph Hall. Technology globalization and sustainable development: transforming the industrial state, revised edition pp. 250-252 Downloads
Richard Smardon
Discovering mosses and mussels for natural inspiration pp. 253-253 Downloads
Richard Smardon

2019, volume 9, issue 1

Climate change and maritime security narrative: the case of the international maritime organisation pp. 1-12 Downloads
Basil Germond and Fong Wa Ha
Cities in Asia: how are they adapting to climate change? pp. 13-24 Downloads
Hari Dulal
Bringing climate scientist’s tools into classrooms to improve conceptual understandings pp. 25-34 Downloads
Drew Bush, Renee Sieber, Gale Seiler, Mark Chandler and Gail L. Chmura
Work time reduction and economic democracy as climate change mitigation strategies: or why the climate needs a renewed labor movement pp. 35-44 Downloads
Ryan Gunderson
Inscriptive energetics: climate change, energy, inscription pp. 45-53 Downloads
Nathaniel Otjen
Examining the critical role of institutions and innovations in shaping productive energy policy for Russia pp. 54-66 Downloads
Vera Barinova and John A. “Skip” Laitner
The polluter pays principle and Everglades restoration pp. 67-81 Downloads
J. Walter Milon
Greenwashing tobacco—attempts to eco-label a killer product pp. 82-85 Downloads
Frank Houghton, Sharon Houghton, Diane O’Doherty, Derek McInerney and Bruce Duncan
Incorporating uncertainty in national-level climate change-mitigation policy: possible elements for a research agenda pp. 86-89 Downloads
Daniel Puig and Fatemeh Bakhtiari
Twenty-first century urban water management: the imperative for holistic and cross-disciplinary approach pp. 90-95 Downloads
Tamim Younos, Juneseok Lee and Tammy Parece
National environmental policies as shelter from the storm: specifying the relationship between extreme weather vulnerability and national environmental performance pp. 96-107 Downloads
Todd A. Eisenstadt, Daniel J. Fiorino and Daniela Stevens
Correction to: National environmental policies as shelter from the storm: specifying the relationship between extreme weather vulnerability and national environmental performance pp. 108-108 Downloads
Todd A. Eisenstadt, Daniel J. Fiorino and Daniela Stevens
Environmental engagement among Latinos: an exploratory study of environmentalists in the greater Chicago area pp. 109-121 Downloads
Sarah M. Naiman, Tania M. Schusler and Jonathon P. Schuldt
Conserving nostalgia: exploring private land protection patterns pp. 122-132 Downloads
Alana N. Seaman, James R. Farmer, H. Charles Chancellor and Agnes Sirima
Citizen science and civic ecology: merging paths to stewardship pp. 133-143 Downloads
Rebecca C. Jordan, Amanda E. Sorensen, Dawn Biehler, Sacoby Wilson and Shannon LaDeau
Rivers and water policy: three books and three lenses pp. 144-145 Downloads
Richard Smardon
Patricia M. Demarco. Pathways to Our Sustainable Future. A Global Perspective from Pittsburgh pp. 146-147 Downloads
Gary S. Silverman
Richard Smardon, Sharon Moran, and April Karen Baptiste. Revitalizing urban waterway communities: streams of environmental justice pp. 148-150 Downloads
Robert L. Ryan
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