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New Blog post. Water Scarcity: How the South is caught up in the eye of the storm

13 November 2019

CWEH Blog 12 November 2019 Stuart Richard Peters Whilst New York was busy hosting the United Nation’s Climate Change Summit in September,...


Floods WG workshop: Floods in a warmer world: insights from paleohydrology

7 October 2019

Dr Yi Wang will give a talk at this event on Concurrent floods and droughts in the catchment of River Jing as reconstructed from historical archives...


STREAMS: Transformative Environmental Humanities - upcoming conference

22 September 2019

The KTH Environmental Humanities Laboratory wishes to invite the Centre for World Environmental History and colleagues to participate...


New CWEH Blog post

10 July 2019

From Low-Carbon Economy to Zero-Carbon Economy: Why It Can’t Come Soon Enough


New CWEH blog posts

13 June 2019

Industry 4.0 and the Environment. Rose named after Janaki Ammal


Adivasis on the March - Crisis and Cultural Genocide in Tribal India, with Glimpses of Alternative Paths

29 March 2019

By Gladson Dungdung, Malvika Gupta, Rajaraman Sundaresan and Felix Padel See: Adivasis on the March - Crisis and Cultural Genocide in Tribal India,...


Attacks on adivasi lands continue in Eastern India

6 March 2019

Further details: https://adivasihunkar.com/


ICEHO Bulletin 18

14 February 2019

  International Consortium of Environmental History Organizations ICEHO Bulletin 18 ICEHO fosters international communication among...


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