Monday, November 10, 2008

Journal: Electronic Green Journal

[http://repositories.cdlib.org/uclalib/egj/] (EGJ) is a professional journal on international environmental information is a professional peer-reviewed publication devoted to disseminating information concerning environmental protection, conservation, management of natural resources, and ecologically-balanced regional development. Because environmental issues frequently cross disciplines as well as national borders, EGJ welcomes scholarly manuscripts from all fields and countries.

The Electronic Green Journal (EGJ) is one of the first peer-reviewed environmental on-line journals promoting an open access publishing model. Since its inception in July of 1994, the EGJ has allowed all Internet users unrestricted access to original articles, book reviews, and information on international environmental topics.

The main goal of the EGJ is to assist in international scholarly communication about environmental issues. In order to meet this goal, the journal strives to serve as an open and active forum of communication about environmental issues, as well as an educational environmental resource, including both practical and scholarly articles, bibliographies, reviews, editorial comments, and announcements. At the heart of EGJ is free access to unbiased and quality information about environmental issues as an alternative to costly, commercially produced scientific journals.

EGJ is written for information consultants, environmentalists, ecologists, regional planners, publishers, booksellers, researches, educators, librarians, students, and Internet users interested in worldwide environmental topics. It is academically sponsored and published semiannually by the University of California Los Angeles Library.

Source

http://repositories.cdlib.org/uclalib/egj/aimsandscope.html

Sample Content (v. 1 no. 26 / 2008)

Editorial

Frederick Warren Stoss
If We Are So Smart, Why Do We Need Environmental Education?

Articles

T. V. Ramachandra and Uttman Kumar
Wetlands of Greater Bangalore, India: Automatic Delineation through Pattern Classifiers

Mahbubul Alam, A.Z.M. Manzoor Rashid, and Yasushi Furukawa
Policy Implications and Implementation of Environmental ICTPs in Developing States: Examples from Bangladesh

Essays

Ryder W. Miller
Searching for the Astronomical Environmental Nature Writing Classic: Ehrlich, Abbey, and Others

Gail Krantzberg
The Great Lakes, a 35th year anniversary; time to look forward

Columns

Flora Shrode
Environmental Information Sources

Bill Ted Johnson
Spiritual Lives of Great Environmentalists: John Wesley Powell and John Lane

Reviews [Selected]

Jeff Shantz / Environmentality: Technologies of Government and the Making of Subjects by Arun Agrawal

Antoinette Maria Mannion / Sustainability or Collapse: An Integrated History and Future of People on Earth edited by Robert Costanza, Lisa J. Graumlich and W. Steffen

Elery Hamilton-Smith / Precautionary Politics: Principle and Practice in Confronting Environmental Risk, by Kerry H Whiteside

Elery Hamilton-Smith / Governing Environmental Flows: Global Challenges to Social Theory, Edited by Gert Spaargaren, Arthur P.J. Mol, and Frederick H. Buttel

Byron Anderson / A Contract with the Earth, by Newt Gingrich and Terry L. Maple

Victoria Carchidi / Precautionary Tools for Reshaping Environmental Policy, by Nancy J. Myers and Carolyn Raffensperger (eds.)

Enzo Ferrara / Alternative Pathways in Science and Industry. Activism, innovation, and the environment in an era of globalization, by David J. Hess

All 26 previous issues of EGJ, which were previously published by the University of Idaho Library in Open Journal System, are now offered in a new format provided by eScholarship Repository at California Digital Library

[http://repositories.cdlib.org/uclalib/egj].

EGJ was originally published by the University of Idaho Library

[http://www.istl.org/99-fall/journals3.html].

As part of ALA's Social Responsibilities Round Table's Task Force on the Environment, [Maria Anna Jankowska] ... founded the Green Library Journal (later the Electronic Green Journal) in 1991 and distributed it for free to countries considered environmentally at risk

[http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA200606.html].

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