Today’s blog gives a sneak preview of Global Environment 14.3 on Coastal Cities, due out next week. Guest editor Grit Martinez introduces the issue. Coastal shores and river deltas have always attracted people to congregate. Presently, an estimated forty per cent of the population worldwide live within 100 kilometres of the coast, including many cities … More Coastal Cities and Urban Deltascapes under Pressure: Quo Vadis Homo Narrans?
While we all eagerly await the delayed ESEH conference in Bristol, 4-8 July 2022, the Society has been busy bringing the environmental history community together in virtual space. Here, in a piece originally published as the ESEH Notepad in Environment and History 27.3 (August 2021) some of the organisers of these initiatives describe and reflect … More ESEH ROUND-UP OF RECENT INITIATIVES
In this blog Manannan Donoghoe reports on the Oxford Deserts Conference held in early July which sadly did not have its traditional White Horse Press attendance due to COVID. We’ll be back for the 6th! Editor Saverio Krätli represented Nomadic Peoples very effectively. This piece will also be published in NP 25.2 (September 2021). How … More HOW MANY SPINES DOES A CACTUS HAVE? REFLECTIONS ON OXFORD’S 5TH INTERDISCIPLINARY DESERT CONFERENCE (1–2 JULY 2021)