Call for Papers:
Abstract (800 words): March 15, 2015
Final Paper: April 30, 2015
Theme: The theme of this issue focuses on convergence which is the merging of distinct human, technological, industrial, social, and environmental resources into a unified whole to support issues concerning sustainability, conservation, and climate change.
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Call for Cover Designs: April 30, 2015
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The theme of this issue focuses on the everyday acts that individuals, groups, and organizations do to bring awareness to, to examine circumstances within, and to offer solutions to issues concerning sustainability, conservation, and climate change.
Cover Design by Vladislava Monakhova (Fine Art Program, MacEwan University)
This cover design is a nod to Norman Rockwell's Americana and early advertising posters of late seventies. His influence is in the character interaction through simple gesture, in the typical profile poses, and in the richness of character detail imbibed in their expressions and charm. A younger girl looks up to an atypical elderly woman, trying to fashion her hair into a similar style in a burst of honest inspiration. Greens and earthy motives have been included in both of them, and the characters have been painted to represent the youthful spirit of the issue alongside the everyday tradition of care for the environment. The journal logo serves as a tie-in element with the worn brick background, showing the nature of the cycle
Earth Common Journal: Everyday Activism, Vol. 4(1) 2014 (Published Sept. 30, 2014).
Earth Common Journal is also included and accessible through JournalQuest, an international academic database http://www.studentpulse.com/journals/7/earth-common-journal
In our third issue, we explore the sense of voice as we use it to articulate the critical concerns and issues about the Earth.
Earth Common Journal 2013: The Voice of Change (Published Sept. 30, 2013)
In our special issue, we include the top six student conference papers from the 1st PRME Canada Regional Meeting that was hosted by the MacEwan University School of Business on June 12, 2013.
Earth Common Journal 2013: e3 = earth education economics Special Issue (Published Sept. 30, 2013)
In our second issue of Earth Common Journal, we examine the notion of who speaks for the Earth. Articles come from MacEwan University students and from international students who have explored the importance of speaking for the Earth through their research papers and projects.
Earth Common Journal 2012: Who will speak for the Earth? (Published Sept. 30, 2012)
In our inaugural issue, students present their research ideas about sustainability, conservation, and global warming as seen through their discipline.
Earth Common Journal: What students are saying..., Vol. 1(1) 2011 (Published Sept. 30, 2011).