Wilson study on authoritarian environmental governance published

Wilson,-Robert"Authoritarian Environmental Governance: Insights from the Past Century," written by Robert Wilson, associate professor of geography, was published in the Annals of the American Association of Geographers. Drawing on work by historians in general and environmental historians in particular, Wilson explores authoritarian environmental governance in the Soviet Union, Maoist China, and Nazi Germany, three countries and eras largely overlooked by nature–society geographers. He focuses in particular on agricultural collectivization, industrialization and river development, and nature conservation under authoritarian regimes. 05/13/19