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Jayne Regan, ‘‘Racy of the Soil’: Ian Mudie, right-wing nationalism, and the South Australian soil erosion crisis’ accepted 03-05-2016

Janina Priebe, ‘Science, Markets and Power: Adolf Severin Jensen in the debate over Greenland’s fisheries development during the early twentieth century’ accepted 17-05-2016

Mathias Nordvig, Felix Riede‘Inventing an Event? Echoes of the AD 536 Event in the Viking Ragnarok Myth in a Critical Light’ accepted 31-05-2016

Elena Kochetkova, ‘Recycling and Forests: alternative raw materials in the Soviet forestry industry from the mid-1950s to the 1960s’ accepted 31-05-2016

Jørgen Klein, David J Nash, Kathleen Pribyl, Georgina H Endfield, Matthew Hannaford, ‘Climate, Conflict and Society: Changing Responses to Weather Extremes in Nineteenth Century Zululand’ accepted 31-05-2016

Nancy Eileen Cushing, ‘“Few commodities are more hazardous”: Australian live animal export, 1788–1880’ accepted 03-06-2016

Margaret Helen Cook, ‘“A river with a city problem, not a city with a river problem”: Brisbane and its flood-prone river’ accepted 22-06-2016

Randal L. Hall, ‘Louis Bromfield and Agroecological Abundance in the Early Cold War Americas’ accepted 19-07-2016

Roberta Biasillo, Marco Armiero ‘“Seeing the nation for the trees: at the frontier of Italian nineteenth century modernity’ accepted 19-07-2016

Doubravka Olsakova, ‘The International Biological Program in Eastern Europe: Science Diplomacy, Comecon and the Beginnings of Ecology in Czechoslovakia’ accepted 31-08-2016

Arnaud Page, ‘Fertility from Urban Wastes? The case for composting in Great Britain, 1920s-1960s’ accepted 21-09-2016

Didrik Dyrdal, ‘Whaling and the Extermination of the Great Whale: Norwegian and British Debate about Whale Stocks in Antarctica, 1913-1939’ accepted 07-11-2016

Joanne Kathrine Whittle, ‘Vandalising Aratiatia and beautifying Benmore: a tale of two landscapes’ accepted 12-12-2016

Frederick Stephen Milton, ‘“pursued steadily, quietly, unfalteringly”: The Work of Wild Bird Protectionists in Britain during World War One’ accepted 09-02-2017

Meera Anna Oommen, ‘The elephant in the room: histories of place, memory and conflict with wildlife along a southern Indian forest fringe’ accepted 10-02-2017

Matthew Holmes, ‘Melancholy consequences: Britain’s long relationship with agricultural chemicals since the mid-eighteenth century’ accepted 03-03-2017

May-Brith Ohman Nielsen, ‘Poison to the Beasts. Changing poisons and poison-practices in the quest to kill birds and mammals in Norwegian fauna, 1845-1967’ accepted 24-03-2017

Fengping Yang, ‘Historical development and practices of lawns in China’ accepted 24-03-2017

Ryan Jones, ‘A Whale of a Difference: Southern Right Whale Culture and the Tasman World's Living Terrain of Encounter’ accepted 27-04-2017

Luke Keogh, ‘The Wardian Case: Environmental Histories of a Box for Moving Plants’ accepted 08-05-2017

S. Ravi Rajan, ‘Clarence Glacken: Pioneer Environmental Historian’ accepted 08-05-2017

Grace Elizabeth Karskens, ‘Fire in the forests? Exploring the human-ecological history of Australia’s first frontier’ accepted 01-08-2017

Kevin Malloy, Derek Hall, ‘Medieval Hunting and Wood Management in the Buzzart Dykes Landscape’ accepted 01-08-2017

Marcel Robischon, ‘Environmental and cultural history of the Death’s head Hawkmoth – “Europe’s most infamous insect …”’ accepted 22-08-2017

Giacomo Bonan, ‘Natural Time and Bureaucratic Time. State Building, Forests and Environmental Conflicts in the 1800s’ accepted 22-08-2017

Daniel Macfarlane, ‘Saving Niagara From Itself: The Campaign to Preserve and Enhance the American Falls, 1965-1975’ accepted 22-08-2017

Holger Weiss, Laura Hollsten, Stefan Norrgård, ‘Cotton and Salt: Swedish Colonial Aspirations and the Transformation of Saint Barthélemy in the Eighteenth Century’ accepted 26-09-2017

Onur Inal, ‘Fruits of Empire: Figs, Raisins, and Transformation of Western Anatolia in the Late Nineteenth Century’ accepted 26-09-2017

Thomas van Goethem, Jan Luiten van Zanden, ‘Who is afraid of biodiversity? Proposal for a research agenda for environmental history’ accepted 26-09-2017

Mark Nyandoro, ‘Citizen-Engagement Circumvented: An Analysis of Liquid-Waste Information/Knowledge, Control and Environmental Policy-Perspectives in Zimbabwe’ accepted 03-10-2017

Stefan Dorondel, Stelu Serban, Daniel Cain, ‘The Play of Islands: Danube Dynamics and Border Establishment in Modern Southeast Europe (1830-1900)’ accepted 24-10-2017

Brian Williams, Mark Riley, ‘Oral history and environmental history: towards realizing the potential of oral history as an environmental methodology’ accepted 08-01-2018

Martin Kalb, ‘Water, Sand, Molluscs: Imperial Infrastructures, the Age of Hydrology, and German Colonialism in Swakopmund, Southwest Africa, 1884-1915’ accepted 05-02-2018

Katja Bruisch, ‘Nature mistaken: economics, emotions and the reclamation of peatlands in Imperial and Soviet Russia’ accepted 06-03-2018

Noel Ndumeya, ‘Conserving Wildlife Resources in Zimbabwe: Reflections on Chirinda Forest, 1920s-1979’ accepted 06-03-2018

Marco Armiero, Filippo Gravagno, Giusy Pappalardo, and Alessia Denise Ferrara, ‘The Nature of Mafia: An Environmental History of the Simeto River Basin, Sicily’ accepted 10-04-2018

Rune Svarverud, ‘Ventilation for the nation: Fresh air, sunshine, and the warfare on germs in China’s national quest for hygienic modernity, 1849–1949’ accepted 10-04-2018

Fiona Williamson, Katrina Proust, ‘“Living in a state of filth and indifference to … their health”: Weather, Public Health and Urban Governance in Colonial George Town, Penang’ accepted 10-04-2018

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