April 2022

Volume 28, Number 1

Huta, Ukraine Photo by Denis Stara on Unsplash

In this issue

In this issue of IJW, Roger Kaye examines what nature looks like in the Anthropocene. Janet McMahon describes biodiversity as the language of wilderness. Peter Pettengill, Roisin Creedon-Carey, and Sage Lalor discuss wilderness solitude in an era of isolation. And Elizabeth Perry explores the development of nature-based tourism in Oman.

Get started by reading the articles below. You can also view and/or download the full issue at the bottom of this page. 





Digital Reviews

Digital Reviews

Continuing a review of some of the quality options available, this issue of IJW takes a dive into the “Rewilding Earth Podcast”, hosted by Jack Humphrey and produced by the Rewilding Institute.

read more

View the full journal

Please note: Individual electronic access, passwords, and IP address access are intended for the subscriber only. These means of access should not be shared, posted, or distributed without the consent of the IJW team.

To download: click the button above, and then click the download button at the top left corner of the newly opened tab.