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

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

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

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

Natasha Louise Constant, Sandra Bell, ‘Governance, participation and local perceptions of protected areas: Unwinding traumatic nature in the Blouberg Mountain Range ’ accepted 26-06-2016

Anne Schwenkenbecher, ‘What is wrong with NIMBYs? ’ accepted 28-06-2016

Gareth Thomas, Christopher Groves, Karen Henwood, Nick Pidgeon, ‘Texturing waste: attachment and identity in every-day consumption and waste practices ’ accepted 29-06-2016

Eric S. Godoy, ‘Sharing Responsibility to Divest from Fossil Fuels ’ accepted 13-06-2016

Thomas Michael Bach, Brendon M H Larson, ‘Speaking about weeds: Indigenous elders’ metaphors for invasive species and their management ’ accepted 13-07-2016

Josh Milburn, ‘Nonhuman animals as property holders: An exploration of the Lockean labour-mixing account ’ accepted 02-08-2016

Nicolás Acosta García, Katharine N. Farrell, Hannu I. Heikkinen, Simo Sarkki, ‘A Teleological Approach to the Wicked Problem of Managing Utría National Park ’ accepted 15-08-2016

Paola Arias-Arévalo, Erik Gómez-Baggethun, Berta Martín-López, Mario Pérez-Rincón, ‘Widening the evaluative space for ecosystem services: A taxonomy of plural values and valuation methods ’ accepted 10-11-2016

Jake Monaghan, ‘Killing in self-defense and the case for biocentric individualism ’ accepted 23-11-2016

Wylie Carr, Christopher J Preston, ‘Skewed vulnerabilities and moral corruption in global perspectives on climate engineering ’ accepted 30-11-2016

Dennis Eversberg, Matthias Schmelzer, ‘The degrowth spectrum: Convergence and divergence within a diverse and conflictual alliance ’ accepted 09-12-2016

Inge Konik, Ubuntu and ecofeminism: Value-building with African and womanist voices’ accepted 10-01-2017

Fernando Arribas, ‘Are poplar plantations really beautiful? On Allen Carlson’s aesthetics of agricultural landscapes and environmentalism’ accepted 23-01-2017

Yasha Rohwer, ‘A duty to cognitively enhance animals’ accepted 27-01-2017

Roope Oskari Kaaronen, ‘Reframing tacit human–nature relations: An inquiry into process philosophy and the philosophy of Michael Polanyi’ accepted 27-02-2017

Paul Hoggett, ‘Engaging with Climate Change: Comparing the Cultures of Science and Activism accepted 24-03-2017


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