December 2019

Volume 25, Number 3

In this issue

In this issue of IJW, we explore the cognitive cost of distracted hiking. Chris Zajchowski, Anthony Desocio, and N. Qwynne Lackey discuss the unequal air resources of American wilderness. David Cole documents the antecedents of wilderness science. Helen Kopnina examines the failed case of rewilding at Oostvaardersplassen. Finally, we would like to welcome Patrick Kelly as our new media and book editor for the journal.

 

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Articles

The Cognitive Costs of Distracted Hiking

The Cognitive Costs of Distracted Hiking

What do smartphones, global positioning systems, Spot Locator Beacons, navigation apps, and other technological innovations mean for the future of outdoor recreation, and, especially, the future of wilderness?

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Arab Youth Climate Movement Qatar

Arab Youth Climate Movement Qatar

In the future, we can expect environmental youth mobilization in the Middle East and North Africa to intensify, as ecological challenges increase alongside constrained development choices, increasing population growth, and resource scarcity.

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Book Review

Book Review

The Synthetic Age: Outdesigning Evolution, Resurrecting Species, and Reengineering our World. Written by Christopher J. Preston.

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