Journals

Environmental Ethics

Editor: Eugene C. Hargrove
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This peer-reviewed journal publishes articles, reviews and discussions exploring the philosophical aspects of environmental problems.  Established in 1979, it is a forum for diverse interests and attitudes that seeks to bring together the nonprofessional environmental philosophy tradition with the professional interest in the subject.  The journal is produced quarterly by the Center for Environmental Philosophy at the University of North Texas and is the leading journal in its field. The Philosophy Documentation Center offers electronic access to this journal.

Environmental Philosophy

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Editor: Ted Toadvine
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A peer-reviewed professional philosophy journal, Environmental Philosophy publishes innovative research relevant to all areas of environmental philosophy, including ethics, aesthetics, metaphysics, theology, politics, ecofeminism, environmental justice, philosophy of technology, and ecophenomenology. We welcome diverse philosophical approaches to environmental issues, including those inspired by the many schools of Continental philosophy, the history of philosophy, Indigenous and non-Western philosophy, and the traditions of American and Anglo-American philosophy. We also invite interdisciplinary theoretical investigations relevant to environmental philosophy from animal studies, architecture, ecocriticism, environmental design, science studies, and other fields.

Environmental Values

Environmental Values LogoManaging Editor: Isis Brook
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An international peer-reviewed journal that brings together contributions from philosophy, economics, politics, sociology, geography, anthropology, ecology and other disciplines, which relate to the present and future environment of human beings and other species. In doing so we aim to clarify the relationship between practical policy issues and more fundamental underlying principles or assumptions.

Ethics and the Environment

LogoManaging Editor: Melissa Link
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Ethics and the Environment is an interdisciplinary forum for theoretical and practical articles, discussions, reviews, comments, and book reviews in the broad area encompassed by environmental ethics.  The journal focuses on conceptual approaches in ethical theory and ecological philosophy, including deep ecology and ecological feminism, as they pertain to environmental issues such as environmental education and management, ecological economics, and ecosystem health.  The journal is supported by the Center for Humanities and Arts, the Philosophy Department, and the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program at the University of Georgia.  This journal came into existence in 1996 and is published twice a year.

Ethics, Policy & Environment

Journal of Ethics, Policy, & EnvironmentWebsite
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Ethics, Policy & Environment offers scholarly articles, reviews, critical exchanges, and short reflections on all aspects of environmental ethics, environmental philosophy, and the normative dimensions of environmental policy. While Ethics, Policy & Environment centers on environmental ethics and policy, its substantive coverage is wider. Authors have been concerned with a range of subjects, such as applied environmental ethics, animal welfare, environmental justice, development ethics, sustainability, and cultural values relevant to environmental concerns. The journal also welcomes analyses of practical applications of environmental, energy technology, regional, and urban policies, as well as theoretically robust discussions of common arguments that appear throughout debates on environment and energy policy, either in the scholarly literature or in the broader civic sphere.

Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics

Editor: Richard P. Haynes
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The Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics presents articles on ethical issues confronting agriculture, food production and environmental concerns. The goal of this journal is to create a forum for discussion of moral issues arising from actual or projected social policies in regard to a wide range of questions. Among these are ethical questions concerning the responsibilities of agricultural producers, the deployment of intensive agriculture, the modification of ecosystems, animal welfare, the professional responsibilities of agrologists, veterinarians, or food scientists, the use of biotechnology, the safety, availability, and affordability of food.

Minding Nature

Editor: Bruce Jennings
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Produced by the Center for Humans and Nature, Minding Nature is an e-journal devoted to exploring ways of aligning human values and consciousness with earthly realities.  One of the journal’s central goals is to share the best thinking that the Center has generated.  It is these ideas—and their relevance to public policy, economic reform, cultural innovation, and ultimately the well-being of our human and natural communities—that Minding Nature hopes to convey.

The Trumpeter

Deep Ecology - Environmental EthicsEditor: Conesa-Sevilla
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The Trumpeter is an environmental journal dedicated to the development of an ecosophy, or wisdom, born of ecological understanding and insight. As such, it serves the deep ecology movement’s commitment to explore and analyze philosophically relevant environmental concerns in light of ecological developments at every relevant level: metaphysics, science, history, politics. Gaining a deeper understanding involves a comprehensive set of criteria that includes analytical rigor, spiritual insight, ethical integrity, and aesthetic appreciation.

Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

Worldviews JournalEditor: Christopher Key Chapple
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Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology has as its focus the relationships between religion, culture and ecology worldwide. Articles discuss major world religious traditions, such as Islam, Buddhism or Christianity; the traditions of indigenous peoples; new religious movements; philosophical belief systems, such as pantheism, nature spiritualities and other religious and cultural worldviews in relation to the cultural and ecological systems.

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