All Stories

  1. Conclusion
  2. Introduction
  3. Shaping human-nature interaction
  4. Measuring and assessing the natural environment
  5. Russia and society-nature interaction in the 21st Century
  6. Understanding the natural environment and the growing influence of humankind on the Earth system
  7. Natural and anthropogenic climate change understanding in the Soviet Union, 1960s–1980s
  8. Imagining climates past, present and future: Soviet contributions to the science of anthropogenic climate change, 1953–1991
  9. The Soviet Environmental Legacy
  10. Soviet Climate Change Science
  11. Development of Russian Environmental Thought
  12. A Russian geographical tradition? The contested canon of Russian and Soviet geography, 1884–1953
  13. Climate modification and climate change debates in the Soviet Union
  14. Russian Origins of the Biosphere Concept
  15. Emotion and Fieldwork
  16. Russia’s Contemporary Environmental Movement
  17. Science and the Cold War
  18. Second World
  19. Scientific, Institutional and Personal Rivalries among Soviet Geographers in the Late Stalin Era
  20. Geographically touring the eastern bloc: British geography, travel cultures and the Cold War
  21. Firm finances, weather derivatives and geography
  22. Totalitarianism and geography: L. S. Berg and the defence of an academic discipline in the age of Stalin
  23. Encountering soviet geography: oral histories of British geographical studies of the USSR and Eastern Europe 1945–1991
  24. Landscape Science: A Russian Geographical Tradition
  25. Preface
  26. Trans-national approaches to locally situated concerns: Exploring the meanings of post-socialist space
  27. V.I. Vernadsky and the noosphere concept: Russian understandings of society–nature interaction
  28. Environmental policy in a wider Europe
  29. Russian environmentalism
  30. Structural Economic Change and the Natural Environment in the Russian Federation