Rabel J. Burdge & Donald R. Field Outstanding Article Award – SNR Journal
Society & Natural Resources publishes a call every Spring for nominations for the Rabel J. Burdge and Donald R. Field Outstanding Article Award, for best general research article published in each volume of the journal. The award recipient receives a US $500 cash prize,* sponsored by the journal’s publisher, Taylor & Francis, and is recognized at the International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM) in June each year; and through the journal and related websites.
Past Paper Award Recipients:
SNR Volume 32 (2019)
For the second time we had a tie and awarded both papers.
Claudia Baldwin, Graham Marshall, Helen Ross, Jim Cavaye, Janet Stephenson, Lyn Carter, Claire Freeman, Allan Curtis & Geoff Syme. 2019. “Hybrid Neoliberalism: Implications for Sustainable Development,” Society & Natural Resources 32(5), pages 566-587.
SNR Volume 31 (2018)
For the first time we had a tie and awarded both papers with this honorable distinction.
One other article published in Society & Natural Resources in Volume 31(4) (2018) was designated as an Award Finalist: “Shaping and Sharing Responsibility: Social Memory and Social Learning in the Australian Rural Bushfire Landscape” by Karen Reid, Ruth Beilin and Jim McLennan (pages 442-456).
SNR Volume 30 (2017)
Another article published in Society & Natural Resources in Volume 30(4) (2017) was designated as an Award Finalist: “Standing Up for Inherent Rights: The Role of Indigenous Led Activism in Protecting Sacred Waters and Ways of Life” by Emma S. Norman.
SNR Volume 29 (2016)
SNR Volume 28 (2015) – Inaugural Award
Three other articles published in Society & Natural Resources in Volume 28 (2015) were designated Award Finalists:
– Lisa Kenney, Joseph Arvai, Mamta Vardhan & Delia Catacutan. 2015. “Bringing Stakeholder Values into Climate Risk Management Programs: Decision Aiding for REDD in Vietnam,” Society & Natural Resources 28(3).
– David M. Lansing. 2015. “Carbon Forestry and Sociospatial Difference: An Examination of Two Carbon Offset Projects among Indigenous Smallholders in Costa Rica,” Society & Natural Resources 28(6).
– Jessica Smith Rolston. 2015. “Turning Protesters into Monitors: Appraising Critical Collaboration in the Mining Industry,” Society & Natural Resources 28(2).