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Environmental Leadership Program: ELP News: Summer 2002-Beyond the Fellowship: "Environmental Historians and Their Publics" Workshop by Paul Sabin
Environmental Historians (ASEH), this workshop, jointly sponsored by the Environmental Leadership Program and ASEH, sought to encourage effective public leadership by environmental historians ...
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Paleoclimate of the Southern Colorado Plateau Packrat Midden Research in the Grand Canyon Environmental Change in the Upper Gunnison Basin The Spread of Maize to the Colorado Plateau ... woodlands with grassy understories open enough to drive a wagon through, while ecologists and environmental historians compile ever-increasing evidence of major vegetation changes over the past century. A repeated ...
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Environmental History Resources - Publications
The contributors include social scientists, environmental historians, anthropologists, and science policy researchers, and together they give an overview of the history of the globalization of environmental crisis over the ...
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Environmental Leadership Program: ELP Activity Fund Projects
Las Cruces, that focus on regional environmental issues. Each will focus on a specific environmental issue that environmental historians have written about and have particular salience in the New Mexican borderlands area. For each of these symposia, I will bring together environmental historians ...
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On the Contribution of Environmental History to Current Debate and Policy
Contribution of Environmental History to Current Debate and Policy Stephen R. Dovers Environment and History 6(2000): 131-150 This article proposes a strong role for environmental history ... from Australia. Environmental history is argued to have potential as an antidote to policy amnesia and ad hocery. Furthermore, if environmental history is to prosper, then environmental historians must construct ...
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Subaltern Environmentalism in the United States: A Historiographic Review
This subordination is manifest in the disproportionate siting of environmental hazards in poor or ... the fastest growing social movements in contemporary society, and requires the attention of environmental historians to situate it within the broader context of the history of environmentalism. ...
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The Making of Environmental Law - Professor Richard Lazarus
The Making of Environmental Law will fill a significant gap in the literature, providing an important reference for both environmental historians ...
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Where is the Environmental Movement Today?
Historians may look back on these days as the bottoming out period, and the environmental crisis as what precipitated it ... environmental colleges added a social science track to their science-oriented environmental studies programs, and by the middle 1990s, Middlebury College's environmental studies major--which included by this time such things as environmental ...
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Environmental History Resources
Key to this debate is Environmental History which provides an valuable long-term perspective on environmental change. Historians ...
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Welcome to Environmental Review - Archives - 2004
Plains to hunt bison and to live. Historians have thought that the decline of the bison herds was part of the Euro-American ... about the causes of the decline of the bison. Download complete article in pdf: 2007 Environmental Review Educational Services, Seattle, Washington.
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