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Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences

2011 - 2019

Current editor(s): Walter A. Rosenbaum

Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences
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Volume 9, issue 1, 2019

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 A. 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

Volume 8, issue 4, 2018

Enhancing racial diversity in the Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences pp. 379-384 Downloads
Dorceta E. Taylor
Teaching to teach systems and networks: preparing to teach for water resilience in the K-12 classroom pp. 385-394 Downloads
Gerald Ardito
Community-based organizations and environmentalism: how much impact can small, community-based organizations working on environmental issues have? pp. 395-406 Downloads
Dadit Hidayat and Randy Stoecker
“Dark times lie ahead of us and there will be a time when we must choose between what is easy and what is right”—the sad case of Vaquita, the Trump administration and the removal of protections for whales and dolphins pp. 407-410 Downloads
E. C. M. Parsons
Ocean plastics and the BBNJ treaty—is plastic frightening enough to insert itself into the BBNJ treaty, or do we need to wait for a treaty of its own? pp. 411-415 Downloads
Rachel Tiller and Elizabeth Nyman
Glyphosate: A review of its global use, environmental impact, and potential health effects on humans and other species pp. 416-434 Downloads
Martha E. Richmond
Water and Climate in Latin America: Symposium Introduction pp. 435-440 Downloads
Abby Lindsay
Community perceptions of socioecological stressors and risk-reducing strategies in Tabasco, Mexico pp. 441-451 Downloads
Erin C. Pischke, M. Azahara Mesa-Jurado, Amarella Eastmond, Jesse Abrams and Kathleen E. Halvorsen
A Q methodology application on disaster perceptions for adaptation and resiliency in an Andean watershed symposium: water and climate in Latin America pp. 452-468 Downloads
Diana L. Restrepo-Osorio and J. Christopher Brown
Political ecology of Costa Rica’s climate policy: contextualizing climate governance pp. 469-476 Downloads
Emily Benton Hite
Social learning as an adaptive measure to prepare for climate change impacts on water provision in Peru pp. 477-487 Downloads
Abby Lindsay
Water quality management through community engagement in Costa Rica pp. 488-502 Downloads
Thomas Shahady and Helen Boniface
Linking education to industry: water and energy sustainability in Latin America pp. 503-516 Downloads
Marta A. Panero, Weslynne S. Ashton, Christian Izquierdo, Marta Hurtado Martin and Nada M. Anid
Water and climate in latin america: symposium conclusion pp. 517-517 Downloads
Abby Lindsay
Critical sustainability: incorporating critical theories into contested sustainabilities pp. 518-525 Downloads
Jeff Rose and Adrienne Cachelin
Canaries in the Anthropocene: storytelling as degentrification in urban community sustainability pp. 526-538 Downloads
Giovanna Di Chiro
Relational space and place and food environments: geographic insights for critical sustainability research pp. 539-546 Downloads
Fernando J. Bosco and Pascale Joassart-Marcelli
Where we dance (ecologically) together: reading Ananya Dance Theatre’s Roktim: Nurture Incarnadine pp. 547-552 Downloads
Liz Ivkovich
Critical sustainable consumption: a research agenda pp. 553-561 Downloads
Manisha Anantharaman
The bottom line: capital’s production of social inequalities and environmental degradation pp. 562-569 Downloads
Brett Clark, Daniel Auerbach and Stefano B. Longo
Guiding questions for critical sustainabilities pp. 570-572 Downloads
Adrienne Cachelin and Jeff Rose
Preparing students for the operational environmental career: an integrated project-based road map for academic programs pp. 573-583 Downloads
Corrado Battisti

Volume 8, issue 3, 2018

Conflicting energy policy priorities in EU energy governance pp. 239-248 Downloads
Rosa Maria Fernandez
Trust and environmental activism across regions and countries pp. 249-263 Downloads
Sandra T. Marquart-Pyatt
Assessing LakeSmart, a community-based lake protection program pp. 264-280 Downloads
F. Russell Cole, Alexa Junker, Catherine R. Bevier, Maggie Shannon, Sophie Sarkar and Philip J. Nyhus
Managing the science-policy boundary: implications for river restoration pp. 281-289 Downloads
Eileen S. Johnson, Kathleen P. Bell and Jessica E. Leahy
Predicting college students’ environmentally responsible behavior from personality, political attitudes, and place attachment: a synergistic model pp. 290-299 Downloads
Anthony G. Snider, Shanhong Luo and Emily Fusco
The impact of unemployment and economic risk perceptions on attitudes towards anthropogenic climate change pp. 300-311 Downloads
Salil D. Benegal
Community climate change beliefs, awareness, and actions in the wake of the September 2013 flooding in Boulder County, Colorado pp. 312-325 Downloads
Stephanie Shepard, Hilary Boudet, Chad M. Zanocco, Lori A. Cramer and Bryan Tilt
Taking it to the city: urban-placed pedagogies in Detroit and Roxbury pp. 326-342 Downloads
Richard B. Peterson
Collaborative teaching and interdisciplinary learning in graduate environmental studies pp. 343-350 Downloads
Kevin Francis, Martha Henderson, Erin Martin, Kathleen Saul and Shangrila Joshi
Reading the land: on the ethical foundations of environmental studies’ signature pedagogy pp. 351-356 Downloads
Kimberly Smith
Sustainability and health: notes toward a convergence of agendas pp. 357-361 Downloads
Tee L. Guidotti
Environmental engagement in troubled times: a manifesto pp. 362-367 Downloads
James D. Proctor, Jennifer Bernstein, Philip Brick, Emma Brush, Susan Caplow and Kenneth Foster
Decolonizing ecological research pp. 368-370 Downloads
Zina Skandrani
The first 6 years of JESS: categorizing authors and topics pp. 371-375 Downloads
David Downie, Austin Chinal, Ryan Fritz, Natalie Intemann and Kayla Urbanowski
John H. Perkins. Changing energy, the transition to a sustainable future pp. 376-377 Downloads
Gary S. Silverman

Volume 8, issue 2, 2018

Unlikely pioneers: creative climate change policymaking in smaller U.S. cities pp. 121-131 Downloads
George C. Homsy
A comparative study of the economy’s environmental impact between states in the USA and provinces in China pp. 132-141 Downloads
Feng Hao, Guizhen He and Michael Snipes
Intersectional feminism for the environmental studies and sciences: looking inward and outward pp. 142-151 Downloads
Teresa Lloro-Bidart and Michael H. Finewood
Racial and ethnic differences in the students’ readiness, identity, perceptions of institutional diversity, and desire to join the environmental workforce pp. 152-168 Downloads
Dorceta E. Taylor
The challenge of coordinated civic climate change education pp. 169-178 Downloads
Peter Buckland, Eban Goodstein, Rob Alexander, Barry Muchnick, Mary Ellen Mallia, Neil Leary, Rob Andrejewski and Susannah Barsom
Teaching environmental policy in an era of polarization and misrepresentation pp. 179-182 Downloads
Daniel J. Fiorino
AnthropoTrumpism: Trump and the politics of environmental disruption pp. 183-188 Downloads
Monty Hempel
Rethinking the oceans and their management pp. 189-194 Downloads
Jennifer L. Bailey
American environmental politics in historical perspective: introduction to the symposium pp. 195-196 Downloads
Kimberly K. Smith
The Trump Administration and environmental policy: Reagan redux? pp. 197-211 Downloads
Jessica Hejny
From appropriate technology to the clean energy economy: renewable energy and environmental politics since the 1970s pp. 212-219 Downloads
Sarah Mittlefehldt
Smokestacks and cornfields: politics of power in the Ohio Valley during the 1970s pp. 220-224 Downloads
Megan Chew
A historical analysis of US climate change policy in the Pan-American context pp. 225-232 Downloads
Erin C. Pischke, Barry D. Solomon and Adam M. Wellstead
Malcolm Cooper, Abhik Chakraborty and Shamik Chakraborty. Rivers and society: landscapes, governance and livelihoods pp. 233-234 Downloads
Richard Smardon
Melanie A. Kiechle. Smell detectives, an olfactory history of nineteenth-century urban America pp. 235-236 Downloads
Gary S. Silverman
John H. Perkins. Changing energy: the transition to a sustainable future pp. 237-238 Downloads
Richard Smardon

Volume 8, issue 1, 2018

Community economic identity and colliding treadmills in oil and gas governance pp. 1-12 Downloads
Adam Mayer
Transdisciplinary sea level rise risk communication and outreach strategies from stakeholder focus groups pp. 13-21 Downloads
Denise E. DeLorme, Sonia H. Stephens and Scott C. Hagen
“The earth is your mosque”: narrative perspectives of environmental health and education in the Holy Quran pp. 22-31 Downloads
Basil H. Aboul-Enein
Reflecting on a multidisciplinary collaboration to design a general education climate change course pp. 32-38 Downloads
Eric A. Stubbs, Andrew R. Zimmerman, Laura A. Warner and Brian E. Myers
Knowledge, perceptions, concerns, and behaviors to climate change—the Caribbean context: an introduction pp. 39-41 Downloads
Adelle Thomas and April Karen Baptiste
Climate change resiliency in Caribbean SIDS: building greater synergies between science and local and traditional knowledge pp. 42-50 Downloads
Clinton Beckford
Climate change knowledge, concerns, and behaviors among Caribbean fishers pp. 51-62 Downloads
April Karen Baptiste
Perceptions of climate change risk in The Bahamas pp. 63-72 Downloads
Adelle Thomas and Lisa Benjamin
Risk perception and adaptive responses to climate change and climatic variability in northeastern St. Vincent pp. 73-85 Downloads
Rose-Ann Smith
Assessing the role of farmer field schools in promoting pro-adaptive behaviour towards climate change among Jamaican farmers pp. 86-98 Downloads
Jhannel Tomlinson and Kevon Rhiney
Knowledge, perceptions, concerns, and behaviors—moving forward in the Caribbean context pp. 99-103 Downloads
April Karen Baptiste and Adelle Thomas
Safeguarding the enthusiasm for environmental studies: small is even more beautiful than before pp. 104-109 Downloads
William Ascher
Environmental studies and sciences in a time of chaos: problems, contexts, and recommendations pp. 110-113 Downloads
Richard L. Wallace and Susan G. Clark
The Renewable Energy Landscape: Preserving Scenic Values in Our Sustainable Future, a Book Review pp. 114-116 Downloads
John H. Perkins
Robert P. Marzec. Militarizing the environment: Climate change and the security state pp. 117-118 Downloads
Jack Manno
Janette Hartz-Karp and Dora Marinova. Methods for Sustainability Research pp. 119-120 Downloads
Richard Smardon
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