Links & Resources

Australian & New Zealand Sites

Australian Forest History Society
The Society operates as a friendly network of people interested in the history of Australia’s and New Zealand’s forests and woodlands. Members come from a wide variety of disciplines, backgrounds and walks of life. It was formed in 1988 and became formally incorporated in the ACT on 27 May 1998.

Australian Garden History Society
Publishes Australian Garden History six times a year

Centre for Environmental History
The Centre for Environmental History at the Australian National University embraces research and teaching in environmental history, history of science and public history from anywhere in the world, but focuses particularly on Australian experience and perspectives.

Ecological Humanities
The ecological humanities bring together ways of knowing and interacting with the world from the sciences and the humanities, as well as from indigenous and other ‘non-western’ worldviews, nourishing the connectivities and possibilities that these dialogues produce for people and the more-than-human environment.

Envirohistory NZ
An environmental history blog maintained by Cath Knight.

Light Railway Research Society of Australia
Publishes Light Railways six times a year and books on forest and mining tramway systems

Songlines of the Western Desert
A cutting edge cross-cultural collaborative and inter-disciplinary research project between the Martu, Ngaanyatjarra, Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara peoples and the national cultural heritage institutions of the Australian National University and the National Museum of Australia.

International Sites


  • Environment and History
    Published by White Horse Press with British-based Editorial collective
  • Environmental History
    Copublished quarterly by the American Society for Environmental History and the (US) Forest History Society
  • Global Environment: A Journal of History and Natural and Social Sciences
    Publishes environmental and world history, with special regard to the modern and contemporary ages. The journal’s main commitment is to bring together different areas of expertise in both natural and social sciences to help them to find a common language and a common perspective in the study of history.