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Jozef Keulartz, ‘Future directions for conservation’ accepted 23-10-2014

Peter James Ferguson, ‘Liberalism and economic growth: A theoretical exploration’ accepted 08-01-2015

Onofrio Romano, ‘Coping with the horizontal hitch. The “con-formism” of degrowth alternative.’ accepted 10-02-2015

Ralf Doering, Leyre Goti, Lorena Fricke, Katharina Jantzen, ‘Equity and ITQs: About fair distribution in quota management systems in fisheries’ accepted 14-02-2015

Ulrich Brand, ‘How to get out of the multiple crisis? Contours of a critical theory of social-ecological transformation’ accepted 17-04-2015

Glenn Deliège, ‘Contact! Contact! Nature preservation as the preservation of meaning’ accepted 24-04-2015

Helena Siipi and Marko Ahteensuu, ‘Moral relevance of range and naturalness in assisted migration’ accepted 27-04-2015

David Switzer and Nicole Frances Angeli, ‘Human and non-human migration: Understanding species introduction and translocation through migration ethics’ accepted 24-05-2015

Trevor Hedberg, ‘Animals, relations, and the laissez-faire intuition’ accepted 24-05-2015

Kelly Bryck and Naoko Ellis, ‘An engineering approach to sustainable decision making’ accepted 16-06-2015

Jonathan Prior and Emily Brady, ‘Environmental aesthetics and rewilding ’ accepted 18-06-2015

Bernd Hackmann, ‘Regime Learning in Global Environmental Governance ’ accepted 21-06-2015

Andy Scerri, ‘Corporate social and environmental responsibility, the green critique of dualism, and the normalizing of ideological holism ’ accepted 22-06-2015

Megs S Gendreau, ‘Environmental injustice, political agency, and the challenge of creating healthier communities ’ accepted 22-06-2015

Emmy Bergsma, ‘Expert-influence on value construction in environmental governance: An empirical analysis of discourse development on flood insurance in the United States ’ accepted 22-06-2015

Rachel Howell, Simon Allen, ‘People and planet: Values, motivations and formative influences of individuals acting to mitigate climate change ’ accepted 16-08-2015

Steve Cooke, ‘Animal Kingdoms: on habitat rights for wild animals ’ accepted 26-08-2015

John Nolt, ‘Are There Infinite Welfare Differences among Living Things?’ accepted 06-11-2015

Dominic Sergio Lenzi, ‘Relativism, Ambiguity, and the Environmental Virtues: an Exploration of Care for Nature’ accepted 09-12-2015

Mick Lennon, ‘Moral-Material Ontologies of Nature Conservation in the Anthropocene: Exploring the Discord between Ecological Restoration and Novel Ecosystems’ accepted 17-12-2015

Philipp Kanschik, ‘Eco-sufficiency and Distributive Sufficientarianism – Friends or Foes? ’ accepted 12-02-2016

David R. Morrow, ‘Fairness in allocating the global emissions budget ’ accepted 18-02-2016

Lewis Coyne, ‘Phenomenology and Teleology: Hans Jonas’ Philosophy of Life ’ accepted 23-02-2016

William Davies, Samuel Wright, James Van Alstine, ‘Framing a ‘climate change frontier’: international media coverage surrounding natural resource development in Greenland ’ accepted 29-02-2016

Alfonso Donoso, ‘Representing Non-Human Interests ’ accepted 29-03-2016

Andres Vargas, Alex Lo, Michael Howes, Nicholas Rohde, ‘The Problem of Inclusion in Deliberative Environmental Valuation ’ accepted 04-04-2016

Michael Thomas Braito, Kerstin Böck, Courtney Flint, Andreas Muhar, Susanne Muhar, Marianne Penker, ‘Human-Nature Relationships and Linkages to Environmental Behaviour’ accepted 15-05-2016

Deborah Fenney, ‘Ableism and disablism in the UK environmental movement ’ accepted 15-05-2016

Dalia D'Amato, Nils Droste, Sander Chan, Anton Hofer, ‘Green economy researchers: between revolution and pragmatism. How do young researchers perceive the need for societal change and the role of science? ’ accepted 16-05-2016

Liina-Maija Quist, Pia Rinne, ‘The politics of justification: Newspaper representations of environmental conflict between fishers and the oil industry in Mexico ’ accepted 20-05-2016

Tally Katz-Gerro, Itay Greenspan, Femida Handy, Hoon-Young Lee, ‘The Relationship between Value Types and Environmental Behavior in Four Countries: Universalism, Benevolence, Conformity, and Biospheric Values Revisited ’ accepted 28-05-2016

Lucy J Parry, ‘Don’t put all your speech-acts in one basket: situating animal activism in the deliberative system ’ accepted 13-06-2016


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