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Our subscription journals normally charge for access to research articles, but authors can pay to publish their articles as Open Access under a Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0 Licence. This means they are free for anyone to read and copy, in perpetuity. For more details see our ‘For Authors‘ page. Published Open Access articles are listed below.

Environmental Values

Fracking on YouTube: Exploring Risks, Benefits and Human Values Rusi Jaspal, Andrew Turner and Brigitte Nerlich

Carbon Leakage and the Argument from No Difference Matthew Rendall

Stability and Change in British Public Discourses about Climate Change between 1997 and 2010 Stuart Capstick, Nicholas Pidgeon and Karen Henwood

Approaching Change: Exploring Cracks in the Eco-Modern Sustainability Paradigm Pernilla Hagbert, Åsa Nyblom, Karolina Isaksson

Environment and History

Forced Solidarity: Maintenance of Coastal Defences Along the North Sea Coast in the Early Modern Period Milja van Tielhof

Faire mieux que la nature? The History of Eel Restocking in Europe Willem Dekker and Laurent Beaulaton

Regional Planning in a Decentralised State: How Administrative Practices contributed to Consensus-Building in Sixteenth-Century Holland Milja van Tielhof

‘Public Interest’ as a Basis for Early Modern State-Society Interactions: Water Control Projects in Qing China, 1750-1850 Wenkai He

‘The Lungs of the City’: Green Space, Public Health and Bodily Metaphor in the Landscape of Urban Park History Karen R. Jones

Curiosity and Instruction: British and Irish Botanic Gardens and their Audiences, 1760-1800 Clare Hickman

‘Living in a State of Filth and Indifference to … Their Health’: Weather, Public Health and Urban Governance in Colonial George Town, Penang Fiona Williamson and Katrina Proust

Nomadic Peoples

Elusive profits: understanding economic performance of local traders in the pastoral small ruminant value chain in Northern Kenya Guyo Malicha Roba, Margareta Amy Lelea, Oliver Hensel and Brigitte Kaufmann

Our Open Access journals, Journal of Population and Sustainabilty and Climates and Cultures in History, are completely free for all to read.

FREE ONLINE ARTICLES

Editorials, book reviews and Society Pages of our subscription journals are free to read on ingentaconnect (though we do retain copyright and re-use requires our permission).

Book Reviews for Environmental Values and Environment and History are free to read on this website in advance of publication.

SAMPLERS

From time to time we make a selection of sample articles and book chapters free to read.

Environmental Values

As a sampler of Environmental Values we are currently offering FREE online access on ingentaconnect to the following articles.

Environmental Aesthetics and Rewilding. Jonathan Prior, Emily Brady

The Problem of Inclusion in Deliberative Environmental Valuation. Andrés Vargas, Alex Lo, Michael Howes, Nicholas Rohde

The Green Economy: Pragmatism or Revolution? Perceptions of Young Researchers on Social Ecological Transformation. Dalia D’Amato, Nils Droste, Sander Chan, Anton Hofer

The Skewed Vulnerabilities and Moral Corruption in Global Perspectives on Climate Engineering. Wylie Carr, Christopher J. Preston

Recent editorials and book reviews are also free online.

Members of the European Society for Ecological Economics enjoy free online access to the current volume of the journal. Log-in details available from the Society.

Environment and History

Special Virtual Edition of Environment and History

Natures in Between’, a collection of 15 papers from the Environment and History archives, produced for the 2017 ESEH Conference in Zagreb, is available to download at absolutely no cost from this page in both PDF format (3.8 MB, suitable for laptops and ipads) and epub format (1.9 MB, readable using ibooks and other mobile apps).

We are also currently offering FREE online access on ingentaconnect to the following articles.

Green Rhetoric in Blackshirts: Italian Fascism and the Environment. Marco Armiero and Wilko Graf von Hardenberg

Environmental History of Botanical Exchanges in the Indian Ocean World. Haripriya Rangan, Judith Carney and Tim Denham

Writing the Wolf: Canine Tales and North American Environmental-Literary Tradition. Karen Jones

Violence Against People and the Land: The Environment and Refugee Migration from China’s Henan Province, 1938-1945. Micah S. Muscolino

Dark is the World to Thee: A Historical Perspective on Environmental Forewarnings. Teresa Kwiatowska and Alan Holland

Recent editorials and book reviews are also free online.

Members of the European Society for Environmental History enjoy free online access to the current volume of the journal. Log-in details available from the Society.

BOOK CHAPTERS

See our latest listing of books for details of free sample chapters.

ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY PORTAL

A number of our publications are free to read on the Rachel Carson Center’s Environment and Society portal.