EH Vol.28 (2), May 2022

Editorial Karen R. Jones

The Opposite of Extinction Catherine Oliver

Environmental Journalism? Radio Free Europe, Charter 77 and the Making of an Environmental Agenda Doubravka Olšáková

Slow Development Towards Park Creation: A History of the Black Forest in Post-War Germany Kazuki Okauchi

Mining, Waste and Environmental Thought on the Central African Copperbelt, 1950–2000 Iva Peša

Coping with Climate Extremes: Railways and Pastoralism During Australia’s Federation Drought André Brett, Simon Ville

Replenishing the Soil: Food, Fertiliser and Soil Science in Occupied Japan (1945–52) Christopher Michael Aldous

David Sepkoski, Catastrophic Thinking: Extinction and the Value of Diversity from Darwin to the Anthropocene Hannah Duff

David Moon, Nicholas B. Breyfogle and Alexandra Bekasova (eds), Place and Nature. Essays in Russian Environmental History Andrei Vinogradov

James Boyce, Imperial Mud: The Fight for the Fens Ian D. Rotherham

Nicholas B. Breyfogle and Mark Sokolsky (eds), Readings in Water History Andrea Toffolon

ESEH Notepad Iris Borowy