Editor's Choice

Volume 4, Issue 2, June 2022

Assessing green infrastructure spatial plans in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Bosena Yirga Ayele, Tebarek Lika Megento, Kumelachew Yeshitela Habetemariam

How can the USA and China cooperate and learn from each other to reduce greenhouse gas emissions?

Tom Daniels

When the natural pendulum swings between drought and flood, a bifunctional natural drainage system safeguards a mountain village’s water security incessantly for centuries.

Hong Jiang, Wenlong Xie, Wei-Ning Xiang & Hongyu Zhao

Volume 4, Issue 1, March 2022 

Three project ideas to fill research gaps in Aldo-Leopold scholarship

J. Baird Callicott

Likens GE, Aldo Leopold’s “Odyssey” and the development of the ecosystem concept and approach

Gene E. Likens

“Odyssey” complements “A Biotic View of Land” to bolster the case for a more prominent place for Leopold

J. Baird Callicott

Volume 3, Issue 4, December 2021

Insights from a novel, user-driven science transfer program for resource management

J. L. M. Hinderer, Z. Blevins, S. J. Cooke, E. Dunlop, K. F. Robinson, D. L. Stang, T. J. Stewart, J. T. Tyson, A. B. Welsh, N. Young & A. M. Muir

Promises and pitfalls of digital knowledge exchange resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic

Vivian M. Nguyen, Christina Bell, Valerie Berseth, Christopher Cvitanovic, Ray Darwent, Matthew Falconer, Jenna Hutchen, Tyreen Kapoor, Nicole Klenk & Nathan Young 

Implementing Aldo Leopold’s ideas through the socio-ecological practice of green burial: Ramsey creek preserve in South Carolina, USA

Hannah Catherine Palko

Volume 3, Issue 3, September 2021

On the theory-practice gap in the environmental realm: perspectives from and for diverse environmental professionals.

Steven J. Cooke, Amanda L. Jeanson, Ian Bishop, Brett A. Bryan, Chundi Chen, Christopher Cvitanovic, Yang Fen, John Forester, Christine Fürst, Jie Hu, Daniele La Rosa, Colin Meurk, Vivian M. Nguyen, Michael Paolisso, Yunfei Qi, Faith K. S. Chun, Katrina Szetey, Xinhao Wang, Yuncai Wang, Carla L. Archibald & Nathan Young 

Volume 3, Issue 2, June 2021

Re-designing America’s suburbs for the age of climate change and pandemics

Thomas L. Daniels

Nurturing nature in a mega-city: a decadal assessment of the Beijing Olympic Forest Park 

Hong Wu, Yizhao Yang & Jie Hu 

Are local development plans mainstreaming climate-smart agriculture? A mixed-content analysis of medium-term development plans in semi-arid Ghana

Stephen Kofi Diko, Seth Asare Okyere, Seth Opoku Mensah,  Abubakari Ahmed, Owusua Yamoah & Michihiro Kita 

Volume 3, Issue 1, March 2021

Examining privilege and power in US urban parks and open space during the double crises of antiblack racism and COVID-19

Fushcia ‑Ann Hoover, Theodore C. Lim