The Australasian Journal of Environmental Management (AJEM), Volume 29, Issue 3, September 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] Environmental activism and advocacy: complementary relationships with environmental management, policy and science; Helen Ross
- Making sense of climate change: the case of Aotearoa New Zealand dairy farmers; Daniel Tisch & Jeremy Galbreath
- Scenarios for the rapid phase-out of fossil fuels in Australia in the absence of CO2 removal; Mark Diesendorf
- Loo with a view: managing snow-based backcountry visitors’ remote toileting experiences; Jen Smart, Isabelle Wolf & Pascal Scherrer
- Book review from Parul Choudhary & Amit Datta on Contemporary developments in green human resource management research: Towards sustainability in action? 1st edition; edited by Douglas W.S. Renwick, Routledge, 2018
This edition also includes an open access article: Climate change mitigation discourses in the institutional instruments that shape catchment governance in Queensland, Australia; Lisa McIlwain, Claudia Baldwin, Catherine Manathunga, Julia Baird & Gary Pickering. For those of you who haven’t subscribed it’s a great chance to see the quality of the work being produced by the journal team and its contributors.
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,
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