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Environment and History

The journal Environment and History was founded as an interdisciplinary journal, aiming to bring scholars in the humanities and natural sciences closer together, with the deliberate intention of constructing long and well-founded perspectives on past and present day environmental problems. While the journal continues to welcome work involving or reflecting other fields (including natural sciences and humanities as well as history), we urge authors to reflect on the relevance of their submissions to the advancement of environmental history, now a well-established field. Recent issues of the journal give a clear indication of the range of environmental history.

A regular feature of the journal is a section on current activities in environmental history, including the ‘Notepad’ of the European Society for Environmental History.

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ISSN: 0967-3407 (print) 1752-7023 (online)
Subscriptions are available for Online Access only, or Print plus Online Access.


EDITOR

David Moon, University of York, UK

DEPUTY EDITOR

Leona Skelton, Northumbria University, UK

EDITORIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Marco Armiero, Universitat AutonĂ²ma de Barcelona, Spain & ICREA - Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies
Ruth Morgan, Australian National University
Petra van Dam, VU University, Amsterdam

REVIEWS EDITOR

Mark Riley, University of Liverpool

For queries regarding submissions, please contact the Editor, David Moon. For queries regarding Snapshots, please contact Deputy Editor, Leona Skelton.

For queries regarding book reviews, please contact the Reviews Editor, Mark Riley, Department of Geography, School for Environmental Sciences, Roxby Building, University of Liverpool, LIVERPOOL L69 7ZT, UK

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INDEXING AND ABSTRACTING

Articles appearing in Environment and History are abstracted and indexed in America: History and Life, Arts and Humanities Citation Index, British Humanities Index, CAB Abstracts, Current Contents/Arts and Humanities, Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences, Environment Abstracts, Environmental Policy Abstracts, Forestry Abstracts, Geo Abstracts, Historical Abstracts, History Journals Guide, International Bibliography of Social Sciences, Landscape Research Extra, Referativnyi Zhurnal, Rural Sociology Abstracts, Social Sciences Citation Index, Social Sciences in Forestry and World Agricultural Economics.

SUBMISSION AND PUBLICATION DETAILS

Papers should be submitted using our ONLINE SUBMISSION SYSTEM

OPEN ACCESS options for authors.

Forthcoming articles are published as AHEAD OF PRINT articles.

We also offer advance free access to the full text of forthcoming BOOK REVIEWS

HISTORY OF THE JOURNAL

Founded in 1995 under the editorship of Richard H. Grove, in 2000 Environment and History was adopted by an Editorial Collective chaired by John M. MacKenzie, with Editors Fiona Watson (2000–2005), John Clark (2005–2006) and Georgina H. Endfield (2007–2010). Since 2010 the journal's Editorial Advisory Committee has included a representative of the European Society for Environmental History, with Editors Stephen Mosley (2010–2013) and Karen H. Jones (2014–2022).


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Environment and History has a Journal Impact Factor (2022) of 1.1 (Journal Citation Reports™ from Clarivate, 2023).

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SCImago Journal & Country Rank

CiteScore ranks Environment and History 154th of 1328 History Journals.

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panorama of Consantinople

TOP BANNER: Abraham Storck, Dutch whalers near Spitzbergen (c.1690). Stichting Rijksmuseum, Zuiderzeemuseum. BOTTOM BANNER: Henry Aston Barker, Panorama of Constantinople (1813). British Library.