List of Environmental Periodicals - Defunct Periodicals

Defunct Periodicals

This section lists defunct environmental periodicals.

  • The Ecologist—British environmental magazine, 1970-2009; now merged with Resurgence
  • Energy Mattersdiscontinued; published by students at the University of Cambridge between November 1980 and June 1984
  • European Nuclear Disarmament Journal—discontinued; bi-monthly magazine of the European Nuclear Disarmament group in the United Kingdom
  • Harbinger: A Social Ecology Journal—published by the Institute for Social Ecology in the 1980s, and again from 2001-2002
  • Left Green Perspectives—published by the Institute for Social Ecology from 1988-1998
  • Rachel's Environment & Health News—published by the Environmental Research Foundation, New Brunswick, NJ, from 1986-2008; edited by Peter Montague
  • Wild Earth—discontinued; published in the United States
  • Women in Natural Resources (WiNR)—published at the University of Idaho from 2001-2012

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