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- Climate History website relaunch
- New issue of the International Review of Environmental History now available
- CFP: Climate change, energy, and sustainability in the Pacific region: knowledge, policies, and transfers (1970s-present)
- CFA: Moran Award for History of Science Research, 2020
- CFP: RCC Seeing the Woods blog
- CFP: Toolbox of Environmental Governance: Numbers, Metrics, and Acronyms