Current members of ICEHO
The following organizations are members of International Consortium of Environmental History organizations (ICEHO). Membership is open to all organizations or segments of organizations that have an interest in environmental history. Members may be associations, networks, University departments or schools, non-governmental organizations, historical societies, museums, and research institutes, among others. Membership is currently $50 (USD) annually. You can find a membership form here or download this form .
American Society for Environmental History (ASEH)
The ASEH aspires to advance a greater understanding of the history of human interaction with the rest of the natural world, to foster dialogue between humanistic scholarship, environmental science, and other disciplines, and to support global environmental history efforts that benefit the public as well as the general scholarly community.
Association of South Asian Environmental Historians (ASAEH)
The Association of South Asia Environmental Historians exists to promote the understanding, through scholarly dialogue and discourse, of the interaction of people and nature in history, humanity’s transformation of the natural world over time, both benefits and repercussions, and the natural world’s impact on people.
Australian and New Zealand Environmental History Network (EHN)
EHN promotes the exchange of information and ideas among researchers interested in all aspects of the environmental history of Australia and New Zealand.
Australian Forest History Society (AFHS)
The Society operates as a network of people interested in the history of Australia's forests and woodlands. The aim of the Society is to advance historical understanding of human interactions with Australian forest and woodland environments.
Czech Geographical Society: Section for Historical Geography and Environmental History
The Section was founded in 2004 with the major aim of fostering cooperation and communication among Czech scholars involved in historical geography or environmental history. The Section publishes an internet journal - Klaudyan - the only environmental history journal in Czechia.
European Society for Environmental History (ESEH)
The European Society for Environmental History (ESEH) is a scholarly society that was founded in 1999 to promote environmental history in Europe, by encouraging and supporting research, teaching and publications in the field. The Society aims to stimulate dialogue between humanistic scholarship, environmental science and other disciplines.
Forest History Society
The mission of the Forest History Society is to improve natural resource management and human welfare by bringing a historical context to environmental decision-making. The Forest History Society (FHS) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit educational institution that links the past to the future by identifying, collecting, preserving, interpreting, and disseminating information on the history of interactions between people, forests, and their related resources - timber, water, soil, forage, fish and wildlife, recreation, and scenic or spiritual values.
German Historical Institute, Washington, DC (GHI)
The GHI is an independent institute in Washington, DC, dedicated to the promotion of historical research in the United States and the Federal Republic of Germany and to the dissemination of historical knowledge.
IUFRO Research Group 6.07.00
A part of the International Union of Forestry Research Organizations. Also contains sub-groups interested in tropical forest history, social and economic forest history, ecological forest history, and the history of hunting culture.
International Water History Association (IWHA)
The purpose of IWHA is to encourage, promote, and foster historical understanding of, and research in, the relationship between water and humankind; to foster a stronger relationship between those engaged in water history and water administrators, engineers, scientists, planners and other practitioners; to foster public awareness of the role of water in world history and to promote public participation in resolving water resource issues; to take other actions deemed by the Association to be supportive of its purposes.
Network In Canadian History & environment (NiCHE)
NiCHE's core constituency is made up of history, geography, environmental studies, and natural science researchers, but we have also been pleased to welcome scholars from forestry, law, archival studies, kinesiology, education, and other fields. Academics from undergraduate to emeriti, from New York to New Zealand are involved in the network, as are private researchers.
Otago University, History Department
Otago focuses on the complex and ever changing relationship between people and the land in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Areas researched include rural society; gender relations in the rural sector; land transformation; responses to and representations of the changing landscape; land settlement; the impact of farming upon landscape and indigenous people; the impact of goldmining on rural landscapes; rural education; environmental history and the history of forestry in New Zealand and the Pacific.
Sheffield Hallam University - Tourism, Leisure and Environmental Change Research Unit (TLECRU)
The TLECRU focuses on the development and evaluation of tourism and leisure in relation to urban greenspace and rural regeneration, biodiversity, landscape and cultural heritage.
Sociedad Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Historia Ambiental (SOLCHA)
The objective of SOLCHA is to encourage research, the debate of ideas, and to promote education in the field of Latin American and Caribbean Environmental History, through an interdisciplinary perspective. By stimulating the contact among researchers who adopt this historical perspective, SOLCHA intends to contribute to the understanding of past and present environmental changes, as well as to cooperate for the construction of more egalitarian and sustainable societies.
The Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy
Established in 1987, the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy sponsors policy-relevant, interdisciplinary research and forums that link scholarship and education with decision-making. The Center specializes in issues concerning environmental policy and conflict and indigenous nations policy, self government, and economic development.
|University of Arizona History Department |
|With strengths in both U.S. and Latin American history the U of A History Department has long been a place for exploring the environment from many perspectives. Faculty fields include: women's history, the history of the West, Native American history, urban history, the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands and the Southwest, Mexican American history, immigration history, labor history, and environmental history. |
|University of Wisconsin Center for Culture, History, and Environment|
|The University of Wisconsin-Madison is among the world's leading institutions promoting multi-disciplinary approaches to the study of environmental history. An important component of the mission of the Center for Culture, History, and Environment (CHE) is to understand how knowledge, beliefs, political economy, and culture have shaped, and been shaped by, the environment.|
|Zentrum fur Naturvissenschaftliche Archaologie |
|The Center for Archaeological Science in the Institute of Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology at Tubingen University in Tubingen, Germany, is an inter-disciplinary center that promotes the study of environmental history and prehistory. |
Zentrum fur Umweltgeschichte
|The Center for Environmental History in the Faculty for Interdisciplinary Studies of Klagenfurt University in Vienna, aims to establish a virtual platform for an Austrian environmental history network. It offers an information platform for scholars and research institutions in Austria, provides links to ongoing research projects and documents Austrian environmental history research. |