Since 2008, the Journal of Environmental Geography has published scholarship at the intersection of geography and environmental studies. The journal serves as a valuable resource that "advance[s] understanding of human-environmental interactions," and covers a broad range of research areas. For example, articles in the April 2020 issue cover climate events, changing land use patterns, and compost treatments, among other topics. Archived versions of all 13 volumes are also available for users to browse and download. Readers should note that Volumes 1-5 are housed at the link above, while Volumes 6-13 (covering 2013 to present) are accessible through an external platform embedded on the site. Both browsing platforms have a search function that allows users to scan for keywords across issues. The Journal of Environmental Geography is led by an editorial team from the University of Szeged (Hungary), with support from an editorial board across Europe and the United States. It is published by Sciendo, a publication powerhouse with more than 600 journals.