Post written by Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, Editor of Australian Journal of Environmental Education

2014 represents the 30th year of the Australian Journal of Environmental Education, making it one of the oldest academic journals in environmental education still in publication.

In celebration of this significant milestone for the Journal and the Australian Association for Environmental Education, we are publishing a Special 30th Anniversary Issue. This 30 Year Special Issue has been edited by Associate Professor Amy Cutter-Mackenzie (Current Editor), Professor Annette Gough (Past Editor), Professor Noel Gough (Past Editor) and Associate Professor Hilary Whitehouse (Editorial Board Member).

This Special Issue includes the most significant articles previously published in the Journal in terms of impact, quality and scholarship. As well as the articles and response pieces, the editors have also written individual reflections on the Journal over the past 30 years that are interspersed throughout the Special Issue.

The foci for these individual pieces are:
i) Historical perspectives in AJEE (Annette Gough);
ii) Research methodologies represented (or not) in AJEE (Noel Gough);
iii) Where are children and young people in environmental education research? (Amy Cutter-Mackenzie); and
iv) Gender and other forms of Difference/Diversity (Hilary Whitehouse).

We invite you to explore the entire special issue here.

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