Australasian Journal of Environmental Management | September 2022 edition

Published 14 October 2022

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, 
visit our page on the website >