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Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space

Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space


eISSN: 25148494 | ISSN: 25148486 | Current volume: 7 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Bi-monthly
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space is an interdisciplinary journal of nature-society scholarship. International in scope, the journal welcomes theoretically robust, empirically rich research from an array of fields including political ecology, environmental justice, science and technology studies, conservation and the environmental humanities. The journal proposes to push the ways we understand the uneven, dynamic, and often unjust intersections of nature and space with particular interest in their societal, political, and economic dimensions.

Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space (ISSN: 2514-8486 print, 2514-8494 online), which is available only as part of the subscription to Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space (ISSN: 2514-8486 print, 2514-8494 online), is published four times a year in March, June, September, and December by SAGE (Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore, Washington DC, and Melbourne). The combined subscription to Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space and Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space comprises twelve issues. For information about subscribing to the package please click here.

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Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space

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Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space

Environment and Planning D: Society and Space

Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space is an interdisciplinary journal of nature-society scholarship. International in scope, the journal welcomes theoretically robust, empirically rich research from an array of fields including political ecology, environmental justice, science and technology studies, conservation and the environmental humanities. The journal proposes to push the ways we understand the uneven, dynamic, and often unjust intersections of nature and space with particular interest in their societal, political, and economic dimensions. We accept work from across the social sciences, humanities and critical biophysical approaches, and are especially interested in research that engages feminist, anti-colonial, antiracist, queer, posthumanist, and heterodox and alternative economic approaches. Themes of particular interest include: the relationships between economic and environmental transformation; justice-based environmental movements; environmental governance; resource politics; intersections between social difference and environmental issues; the politics of environmental knowledge; and critical engagement with debates concerning the Anthropocene, 'environmental crises' and global environmental change. While our submissions seek to provide both original conceptual and empirical insights, in some cases we will accept empirically rich articles rooted in particular places and locations.

Editors
Lyla Mehta Institute of Development Studies, UK, and Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
Sharlene Mollett University of Toronto, Canada
Krithika Srinivasan University of Edinburgh, UK
Emily Yeh University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Editorial Manager
Katie Nudd Freelance Editorial Office, UK
Andrew Shmuely Freelance Editorial Office, Canada
Advisory Board
Teresa Armijos Burneo University of East Anglia, UK
Wim Carton Lund University, Sweden
Brad Coombes University of Auckland, Aotearoa, New Zealand
Andrew Curley University of Arizona, USA
Rohan D’Souza Kyoto University, Japan
Jessica Dempsey University of British Columbia, Canada
Jennifer Franco Transnational Institute, Netherlands
Silvio Funtowicz University of Bergen, Norway
Lesley Green University of Cape Town, South Africa
Deepa Joshi International Water Management Institutes, Sri Lanka
Miles Kenney-Lazar National University of Singapore, Singapore
Sarah Knuth Durham University, UK
Christian Kull University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Nikki Luke University of Tennessee, USA
Frank Matose University of Cape Town, South Africa
Priscilla McCutcheon University of Kentucky, USA
Laurel Mei-Singh University of Texas, Austin, USA
Christine Noe University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Diana Ojeda Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia
D. Parthasarathy Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Michelle Scobie University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago
Dinesh Wadiwel University of Sydney, Australia
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