Australian and New Zealand Environmental History Network

Our purposes:

To provide a means to communicate with each other and exchange information about forthcoming events and new publications in Australia and New Zealand.

To provide a portal with links to other organisations in Australia and New Zealand with interests in environmental history, and to provide a portal to Australia for international groups with interests in global environmental history.

Who are we?

The Environmental History Network was established in 1997 to facilitate communications between scholars working across a range of departments at the Australian National University and surrounding government, business, cultural and scientific institutions and independent scholars. Since its foundation, it has expanded to include all states in Australia and New Zealand, and there are members in a range of other countries with interests in comparative Australian and/or New Zealand environmental history. Anyone researching environmental history in all or any of its many manifestations is welcome to join the e-mail list.

How to join: E-mail Libby Robin at the Fenner School of Environment and Society (libby.robin@anu.edu.au) or telephone: +61 (0) 2 6125 5016.



The image on the homepage is from a work by Mandy Martin entitled ‘Groundplane’. For more information on the artist and her work, please see http://www.mandy-martin.com/.