The UO Environmental Studies graduate students produce and publish a journal on an annual basis. Initially titled the ESPress, the publication has been called The Ecotone since 1997.The Ecotone was first published under the editorship of Tony Leiserowitz, a former Environmental Studies graduate student. The term “ecotone” was selected to connote the rich diversity of perspectives on environmental issues from different disciplines.
The journal provides a venue for communication and exchange within the Environmental Studies Program—among undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, staff, and alumni—and facilitates cross-campus dialogue between disciplines and departments. The University of Oregon is home to a diverse array of environmental scholars, activists, artists, thinkers, designers, scientists, theorists, and researchers. The Ecotone hopes to engage this community in ongoing dialogue through its paper and online publications. To this end, The Ecotone, serves as a venue for sharing professional interests, discussing environmental concerns, and posting creative expressions.
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