Environmental Sociology Best Paper Prize
About the prize
The Environmental Sociology Best Paper Prize is a biennial prize awarded for articles published in Environmental Sociology that, in the opinion of the Editorial Board and International Advisory Board, make outstanding contributions to the field. Eligible articles are evaluated according to their originality and innovation, theoretical and/or empirical significance, quality of conceptual development, methodological rigour and potential for a lasting contribution to scholarship in environmental sociology.
|2020 Winner||Elizabeth Hoover||Environmental reproductive justice: intersections in an American Indian community impacted by environmental contamination||4||1|
|2020 Runner-up||Steven Threadgold et al.||Affect, risk and local politics of knowledge:changing land use in Narrabri, NSW||4||4|
|2020 Runner-up||Krzysztof Niedziałkowski||Caught between the pasts and the futures? The role of imagined futures inthe institutional dynamics of European bison conservation in Poland||5||4|