The September 2021 issue of the Australasian Journal of Environmental Management (AJEM) 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 since 1994, the journal aims to enhance communication and understanding and improve environmental practice. The AJEM is published in conjunction with Taylor & Francis and achieved an impact factor of 1.8 in the Thomson Reuters (ISI Web of Knowledge) listing in 2020.
Articles in this edition include:
- [Editorial] Environmental practice and Indigenous Peoples: we can’t do it without them!, Alan Chenoweth FEIANZ CEnvP, Jon Womersley FEIANZ CEnvP & Helen Ross FEIANZ
- Using activity and movement patterns to improve the rate of bait encounter during large-scale aerial baiting for feral cats, Cameron Tiller, Jason Fletcher, Sarah Comer & Dave Algar
- Engaging dog trainers in a city-wide roll-out of koala aversion skill enhancement: a social marketing program, Jessica A. Harris, Sharyn Rundle-Thiele, Patricia David & Bo Pang
- Volunteer tourists as scientifically aware environmental citizens: citizen science within an Australian non-governmental organization, Peter John Sandiford
- A framework for analysing and informing Australia’s National strategic natural resource management policies, Nadeem Samnakay
- Information control and competence: participant experience of public participation in EIA for proposed mining projects in Queensland, Katie Meissner & J.A. Everingham
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.
For further information on the AJEM - including how to submit an article or how to advertise,
visit our page on the website >