The third issue of Ecological and Environmental Anthropology, an open access peer-reviewed journal published by the University of Georgia is out and consists of four book reviews and two papers:
As the editors write in their editorial (pdf):
The articles and book reviews in this issue underscore the crucial role that the field of anthropology can play in helping to identify the causes and the roots of environmental problems and global insecurities, and the impact of those insecurities on the human condition. Interdisciplinary perspectives offered by the growing fields of ecological and environmental anthropology and constructive social science can offer rich, practical insights into biodiversity conservation and natural resource management from a more people-centered perspective.
Ecological and environmental anthropology and similar fields dedicated to the study of human-environment relations can offer possible solutions to environmental problems by informing public policy of alternative knowledge systems and by drawing attention to the impacts of policy and macro-level processes on local lives, human health, and regional economies.
Their website has been upgraded recently and now offers RSS-feeds!