Spring 2017 Section Newsletter

The Spring 2017 issue of the Environment, Technology and Society Section Newsletter is now available for download (PDF). In this issue: A feature article on the diversity of sociology and environmental sociology, authored by the ETS Committee on Racial Diversity; information on recent publications; the appointment of Dr. Thomas Dietz to a Canada-based expert panel on resource management; a note from the ETS Editor; a call for participants in the 2017 ASA ETS Mentorship Program; and more!

 

Winter 2017 Section Newsletter

The Winter 2017 issue of the Environment, Technology and Society Section Newsletter is now available for download (PDF). In this issue: A message from the current ETS chair, Andrew Jorgenson, on the upcoming year, moving forward, and building solidarity; an essay by Alissa Cordner on staying up-to-date on the policy impacts of the next administration, as well as a review of initiatives and measures that were voted on by states this past election year; section news; recent publications; and more!

Fall 2016 Section Newsletter

The Fall 2016 issue of the Environment, Technology and Society Section Newsletter is now available for download (PDF). In this issue: A message from the current ETS chair, Andrew Jorgenson, on creating a more inclusive section and increasing our outreach efforts, an essay by John Foran on bringing climate justice into the classroom, section news, recent publications, and more!

Summer 2016 Section Newsletter

The Summer 2016 issue of the Environment, Technology and Society Section Newsletter is now available for download (PDF). In this issue: A quick note from the current ETS chair, Ken Gould, on this summer’s ASA sessions, a history of our section and trends by Riley Dunlap, section award winners, recent publications, and more!

Environment & Technology Section Election Results

The Environment and Technology Section is proud to announce the results of our recent election. Our newly elected officers will assume office following the business meeting of the Section at the ASA Annual Meeting.

Chair-Elect: Tammy L. Lewis, City University of New York – Brooklyn College
Council Member-at-Large: Kishi Animashaun Ducre, Syracuse University
Nominations Committee Chair: Brian Gareau, Boston College
Policy and Research Committee Chair: Alissa Cordner, Whitman College
Publications Chair: Stefano Longo, North Carolina State University
Student Member: Jordan Fox Besek, University of Oregon

Spring 2016 Section Newsletter

The Spring 2016 issue of the Environment, Technology and Society Section Newsletter is now available for download (PDF). In this issue: A letter from the current ETS chair, Ken Gould, on growing the section’s visibility, comments by Eric Bonds on conflict and climate change, recent publications, and more!

Winter 2016 Section Newsletter

The Winter 2016 issue of the Environment, Technology and Society Section Newsletter is now available for download (PDF). In this issue: A feature by Bob Brulle and Riley Dunlap on research exposing the Climate Denial Movement, key references for same, recent publications, and more!

Fall 2015 Section Newsletter

The Fall 2015 issue of the Environment, Technology and Society Section Newsletter is now available for download (PDF). In this issue: a letter from the chair, examples of an action-oriented environmental sociology project for the classroom, the latest books and articles in the field, and more!

Summer 2015 Section Newsletter

The Summer 2015 issue of the Environment, Technology and Society Section Newsletter is now available for download (PDF). In this issue: Publication announcement of the report of the ETS Climate Change Task Force, Society and Climate Change: Sociological Perspectives (Oxford University Press), along with a 30% discount voucher; ETS Section Awards; ETS Election Announcements; A feature article on the recent encyclical of Pope Francis in sociological perspective; A feature article on service learning and environmental sociology; A list of the latest books and articles in the field, and more.