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Environmental Values Volume 28, 2019

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Vol.28, No.1, February 2019
Perspectives on Ecological Democracy

Editorial: Reconciling Ecological and Democratic Values: Recent Perspectives on Ecological Democracy. David Schlosberg, Karin Bäckstrand and Jonathan Pickering

Decolonising Dignity for Inclusive Democracy.Christine J. Winter

Ecological Democracy, Just Transitions and a Political Ecology of Design. Damian F. White

A Cultural Account of Ecological Democracy. Marit Hammond

Towards a New Ecological Democracy: A Critical Evaluation of the Deliberation Paradigm Within Green Political Theory. Matthew Lepori

Participation(s) in Transnational Environmental Governance: Green Values Versus Instrumental Use. Ayşem Mert

Vol.28, No.2, April 2019

Editorial: Focusing on Relational Matters to Overcome Duality. Claudia Carter

The 'Park' as Racial Practice: Constructing Whiteness on Safari in Tanzania.Cassie M. Hays

Unravelling Reasons for the Non-Establishment of Protected Areas: Justification Regimes and Principles of Worth in a Swiss National Park Project. Annina Helena Michel, Norman Backhaus

The Ecovillage Movement: New Ways to Experience Nature. Alice Brombin

Avoiding the Invasive Trap: Policies for Aquatic Non-Indigenous Plant Management. Paul Radomski, Donna Perleberg

The Paradox of Sustainable Degrowth and a Convivial Alternative. Oscar Krüger

Vol.28, No.3, June 2019

Editorial: Social Ecological Transformation, Whether You Like It or Not! Clive L. Spash

Ecological Historicity, Novelty and Functionality in the Anthropocene.Eric Desjardins, Justin Donhauser, Gillian Barker

Environments Past: Nostalgia in Environmental Policy and Governance. Jordan P. Howell, Jennifer Kitson, David Clowney

How to Deal with Hybrids in the Anthropocene? Towards a Philosophy of Technology and Environmental Philosophy 2.0. Magdalena Hoły-Łuczaj, Vincent Blok

Democracy and Agonism in the Anthropocene: The Challenges of Knowledge, Time and Boundary. Amanda Machin

Should Naturalists Believe in the Anthropocene? Morgan C. Tait

Vol.28, No.4, August 2019

Editorial: Questions of Knowledge and Non-Knowledge Marion Hourdequin

Should Environmental Ethicists Fear Moral Anti-Realism? Anne Schwenkenbecher, Michael Rubin

Nonideal Ethics and Arguments against Eating Animals. Bob Fischer

Movement, Wildness and Animal Aesthetics. Tom Greaves

When the Grass Sings: Poetic Reason and Animal Writing. Isabel Balza

The Reification of Non-Human Nature. Teea Kortetmäki

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