The Australasian Journal of Environmental Management (AJEM), Volume 29, Issue 2, June 2022 is now available online.
The AJEM is the EIANZ’s quarterly journal that publishes peer reviewed articles addressing a broad spectrum of policy and practice issues in environmental management. Published in conjunction with Taylor & Francis, the journal aims to enhance communication and understanding across many areas of resource and environmental management, and contribute to the improvement of environmental practice.
Articles in this edition
- [Editorial] Water as a source of innovation in environmental policy and management; Helen Ross & Claudia Baldwin
- Analysing environmental conflicts using the evaporating cloud tool; Arun A. Elias, Mahesh Gupta & Alina Haider
- Emergent strategy and cascading behaviour patterns during crises: evidence from Brisbane’s 2011 floods; Omer Yezdani, Louis Sanzogni & Luke Houghton
- Nutrient sources and loads in the River Derwent catchment, Tasmania; Bernadette C. Proemse, Iain Koolhof, Richard White, Leon A. Barmuta & Christine Coughanowr
- The grey water footprint of milk due to nitrate leaching from dairy farms in Canterbury, New Zealand; Michael K. Joy, Douglas A. Rankin, Lara Wöhler, Paul Boyce, Adam Canning, Kyleisha J. Foote & Pierce M. McNie
- Delivery or desirability of benefits? Predicting the effectiveness of egoistic and altruistic message appeals for recycled water use; Ben Posetti, Anna Hurlimann, Aaron Tkaczynski, Melanie Randle & Sara Dolnicar
- Community-led land management: historical perspectives, future prospects; Danielle Brady, Keith Bradby, Gracie Butler & Andrea Gaynor
Accessing the AJEM
- A subscription to the AJEM is included with all Full and Fellow EIANZ memberships. EIANZ members can access the journal via the Member Centre. Click here for further information >
- EIANZ Associate and Student Members can opt-in to the AJEM on application for a reduced subscription fee. If you are a current Student or Associate member and would like to take advantage of this, contact the EIANZ Central Office team via email.
- Non-members can subscribe to the AJEM for AU$275 per year. To subscribe to the AJEM as a non-member, contact EIANZ Central Office via email.
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