Published in 1997
The 1996 issue of Whole Terrain is seeking to identify and celebrate individuals whose scientific research in the environmental field has given rise to political activism, a sense of place and renewed citizenship, a deep emotional connection to their work, and/or a commitment to facilitating local or global change. Environmental research encompasses explorations into ecology, environmental issues, and the practice of sustainable living. Researchers could include students, teachers and other curious individuals among the ranks of professional scientists.
We are interested in receiving for consideration submissions which describe the experiences of people in the field of environmental research for whom this transformation has occurred.