|TES volume 18, no. 1 will be available in May 2020.|
Deadline for papers for volume 18, no. 1 is, February 2020
TES Volume 17, Number 1, 2019
Table of contents:
1. Editorial: Reconciliation, Welcoming of the Wild, and the Desire to Turn Back Time
Erica von Essen and Hans Peter Hansen
View PDF pp. 1-4
2. (Dis)Embedding the Wind – on People-Climate Reconciliation in Danish Wind Power Planning
Laura Tolnov Clausen and David Rudolph
View PDF pp. 5-21
3. The Practice of Hunting as a Way to Transcend Alienation from Nature
View PDF pp. 22-37
4. The Compromises of Rewilding in Swedish Laponia:Implications for Nature Reconciliation
Julia Rouet Leduc and Erica von Essen
View PDF pp. 38-54
5. Political Deliberation and Compromise:Why People-Nature Reconciliation Must Be about People-People Reconciliation
Erica von Essen and Michael Allen
View PDF pp. 55-66
The Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies (TES) is a international journal that focuses on transdisciplinary environmental studies of relevance to planning and regulation. The target group of the Journal encompasses both academic scholars and practicing professionals.
The focus of the journal is on environmental issues, especially articles integrating the natural and social sciences in the field of environmental management and planning. Consequently, we will emphasise theory, methodology, and practical experience in transdisciplinarity relevant to these areas.
Subjects for the journal might be: sources of environmental impacts, relative environmental impacts on ecosystems and organisms, environmental regulation, management or governance issues, environmental planning, the working environment, and nature conservation. Environmental management covers issues such as public awareness and participation, communication, innovation, and the role of stakeholders.
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