As you may have noticed, the Envirotech Newsletter does now have a new format: from now on, all news items will be posted on the web page as they are submitted to the new newsletter editor at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send out newsletters like this email twice a year to summarize all news posts.
If you visit the web page at http://www.envirotechhistory.org/ you will find many new improvements, such as the possibility to post comments and start discussions of news items, options to post your own news items, RSS feeds of new posts, a calendar of upcoming events, as well as a brand new look.
Please let me know how this new format works for you – all comments regarding the web page and this email are welcome!
Finn Arne Jørgensen
List of recent posts to the Envirotech web site
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- Sharing Waters: St. Lawrence-Great Lakes – A Special Issue of Québec Studies
- A Call for Manuscripts: The University of Akron Press Series on Technology and the Environment
- WANTED: Graduate Candidate interested in Environmental Communication
- Press Release from Montana Tech
- Literary Sources relevant to Envirotechies
- Media Sources relevant to Envirotechies
- Manufactured Landscapes available for institutional sale and rental
- Solidarity, Sustainability, and Non-Violence (SSNV) Research Newsletter: If not the MDGs, then what?
- Short Films on Air Pollution
- Jeffrey Stine’s Recent Retrospective on Worster’s Dust Bowl in T&C
- Manufactured Landscapes DVD
- New envirotech PhD
- Frank Popper
- Pat Munday on SHOT Envirotech Roundtable
- Pat Munday: President Bush Grills an Endangered Species
- Honorable Mention for Book by Envirotechies
- Walker and LeCain Awarded NSF Grant: Will Compare Japanese and American Reactions to Mining Pollutants
- Two new books edited by Tom Zeller
- Dangerous Trade: Histories of Industrial Hazard across a Globalizing World
- CFP: 2008 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS 08)
- CFP: World Congress of Environmental History 2009
- CFP: Ecological restoration and human flourishing in the era of anthropogenic climate change. September 5-7, 2008, Clemson University
- ICOHTEC 2008 Call for Papers