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Finn Arler and Helena Mellqvist, ‘Landscape democracy, three sets of values, and the connoisseur method’

Jonaki Bhattacharyya, Brendon M.H. Larson, ‘The need for indigenous voices in discourse about introduced species’

Gwendolyn Blue, ‘A global (mini) public for a global environment: Discourse and power in WWViews on Global Warming’

Emily Brady, ‘Aesthetic value, ethics and climate change’

Laura Centemeri, ‘Reframing problems of incommensurability in environmental conflicts through pragmatic sociology’

David Clowney, ‘Collective Environmental Virtue’

Marc David Davidson, ‘Rights to ecosystem services’

Glenn Deliège and Stijn Neuteleers, ‘Should biodiversity be useful?’

Marcello Di Paola, ‘Virtues for the Anthropocene’

Jannike Falk-Petersen, ‘Alien invasive species management: Stakeholder perceptions of the Barents Sea King Crab’

Franz Wilhelm Gatzweiler, ‘Reframing the value of nature: biological value and institutional homeostasis’

Mike Hannis, ‘The Virtues of Acknowledged Ecological Dependence: Sustainability, Autonomy and Human Flourishing’

Rusi Jaspal, Andrew Turner and Brigitte Nerlich, ‘Fracking on YouTube: Exploring risks, benefits and human values’

Angela Kallhoff, ‘Plants in ethics: Why flourishing deserves moral respect’

Anna-Karin Engqvist Jonsson and Andreas Nilsson, ‘Exploring the relationship between values and pro-environmental behavior: the influence of locus of control’

Eric Katz, ‘The Nazi comparison in the debate over restoration: nativism and domination’

Thomas Kirchhoff and Vera Vicenzotti, ‘A Historical and Systematic Survey of European Perceptions of Wilderness’

Carl Knight, ‘Moderate emissions grandfathering’

Simo Kyllönen, ‘Civil disobedience, climate protests and a Rawlsian argument for “atmospheric” fairness’

Alex Y Lo, ‘More or less pluralistic? A typology of the remedial and alternative perspectives on monetary valuation of the environment’

Anja Nygren, ‘Governance and images: Representations of certified southern producers in high-quality design markets’

Clare Palmer and Brendon Larson, ‘Should we move the whitebark pine? Assisted migration, ethics, and global environmental change’

Christopher Hugo Pearson, ‘Does environmental pragmatism shirk philosophical duty?’

Gael Plumecocq, ‘Rhetoric as a means for sustainable development policy’

Peter Sandøe, Paul M. Hocking, Björn Forkman, Kirsty Haldane, Helle H. Kristensen, Clare Palmer, ‘The blind hens’ challenge - Does it undermine the view that only welfare matters in our dealings with animals?’

Dan Coby Shahar, ‘Rejecting eco-authoritarianism, again’

Sanne van der Hout, ‘Nature as example: The rescue potential of homeotechnology’

Simon Harm Verduijn, Huub Ploegmakers, Sander Meijerink and Pieter Leroy‘Pushing the Radical Nature Development Policy Concept in the Netherlands: An Agency Perspective’

Rebecca Whittle, ‘Guilt and elation in the workplace: Emotion and the governance of the environment at work’

Geoff Wilson, ‘Community resilience and social memory’

Rafael Ziegler, ‘Reconciliation with The River’


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