History for a Sustainable Future

History for a Sustainable Future means to publish short, peer-reviewed monographs that provide valuable historical context that illuminates the nature of the current landscape of environmental problems, innovations, decisions, and futures before us.  The series takes as its primary mission the dissemination of accessible historical information and resources for scholars and teachers, policy makers, activists, and concerned citizens.  The driving theme behind this series involves making environmental history more relevant to 21st century concerns about the environment.

Series editor: Michael Egan

Monsoon Economies

Tirthankar Roy

Apr 12, 2022

The Contamination of the Earth

François Jarrige, Thomas Le Roux, Janice Egan, Michael Egan

Nov 16, 2021

Recovering Lost Species in the Modern Age

Dolly Jørgensen

Oct 29, 2019

The Greenest Nation?

Frank Uekötter

Sep 08, 2017

The Commons in History

Derek Wall

Sep 08, 2017

The Arid Lands

Diana K. Davis

Mar 25, 2016

Plantations and Protected Areas

Brett M. Bennett

Dec 04, 2015