We are pleased to announce the publication of the latest volume of the Michigan Journal of Sustainability. Volume 2 of the journal has a focus on climate change in unique urban and rural environments, such as Detroit, MI and the Lower Rio Grande Valley along the US-Mexico border. The full table of contents is available online, and all articles are free to read.
As the editors mention in their introduction, this volume also marks a transition for the journal itself:
The idea for this journal originated among a group of doctoral fellows at the University of Michigan. Their vision was to create an intellectual forum on sustainability that would facilitate communication and translation of research, policy, and theory across disciplines. In preparing this second issue, our editorial board has transitioned from the founding members to a new cohort of sustainability fellows. As such, this issue marks a milestone for us because it represents continuity in our efforts, and a growing repository of information that we hope our readership will find reliable and actionable.
The Michigan Journal of Sustainability is published in partnership with the Graham Sustainability Institute.