In today’s blog Nancy Cushing discusses the contemporary inspiration for her new paper in Environment and History, ‘ “Few Commodities are More Hazardous”: Australian Live Animal Export, 1788–1880’, now available through Ingenta FastTrack. My scholarly interest in Australia’s live animal export trade can be traced back to a very specific event: the 2011 exposure of the … More Hazardous commodities: Australian live animal export from the long nineteenth century to today
On a chilly day here in Europe, local organiser (and now ESEH vice-president) Borna Fuerst-Bjeliš (University of Zagreb) recalls the sunny (if occasionally thundery!) days of last summer’s ESEH conference in Zagreb. This blog post first appeared as the ESEH ‘Notepad) in Environment and History 24.1 (2018) The ninth ESEH biennial conference was held in … More ESEH ZAGREB 2017 CONFERENCE: SOME REFLECTIONS
By Mark Nyandoro Today’s blog trails Mark’s forthcoming article in Environment and History, ‘Citizen-Engagement Circumvented: An Analysis of Liquid-Waste Information/Knowledge, Control and Environmental Policy-Perspectives in Harare, Zimbabwe’, available in uncopyedited form on the WHP website, presenting a broad and extended literature review for the main paper. There is no scarcity of literature on the history of … More Citizen-Engagement Circumvented: An Analysis of Liquid-Waste Information/Knowledge, Control and Environmental Policy-Perspectives in Zimbabwe. A Literature Review.