ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY & HISTORY

Publications

Depietri, Y., and D.E. Orenstein. Bridging two cultures of fire risk at wildland-urban interface: the case of Haifa (Israel). Understanding Disaster Risk. Eds. P. Pinto Santos, K. Chmutina, J. Von Meding, E. Raju. Elsevier. 2020. In print.

Berkowitz, A., S. Abu-Rabia-Queder, and D.E. Orenstein, Transformative Practices Within Mechanisms of Control: ‘Recognizing’ Unrecognized Arab-Bedouin Villages at the Rural-Urban Fringe. Berkeley Planning Journal. 2020. In print.

Pereira, M.G., Hayes J.P., C. Miller, and D.E. Orenstein. 2017. Fire on the Hills: An environmental history of fires and fire policy in Mediterranean-type ecosystems. Pp. 149-167 in Vaz, E. and C. Joanaz de Melo (eds). Environmental History in the Making, Proceedings of the 2nd World Congress on Environmental History (ICEHO, Portugal 2014), Springer. Dordrecht, Germany.

Orenstein, D.E., Miller, C. and A. Tal (eds.). 2013. Between Ruin and Restoration: An Environmental History of Israel. University of Pittsburgh Press. Pittsburgh, PA. 400 pp.

Orenstein, D.E. and E. Silverman. 2013. An Environmental Movement: New Forms of Expression. In: Orenstein, D.E., Miller, C. and A. Tal (eds.), Between Ruin and Restoration: Chapters in Israeli Environmental History. University of Pittsburg Press. Pittsburg, PA. PDF