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Andrea R Gammon, ‘The many meanings of rewilding: An introduction and the case for a broad conceptualization accepted 8-07-2017

Tony Manela, ‘Gratitude to Nature’ accepted 02-08-2017

Augustin Fragnière, ‘How demanding is our climate duty? An application of the no-harm principle to individual emissions’ accepted 10-08-2017

Adrian Brügger, Nicholas Frank Pidgeon, ‘Spatial framing, existing associations, and climate change beliefs’ accepted 14-09-2017

Kate Oakley, Jonathan Ward, Ian Christie, ‘Engaging the imagination: nature writing, collective politics and the environmental crisis’ accepted 20-09-2017

Shana Lee Hirsch, Jerrold Long, ‘Non-epistemic values in adaptive management: Framing possibilities in the legal context of endangered Columbia River salmon’ accepted 26-09-2017

Damian Finbar White, ‘Design, transition and ecological democracy’ accepted 06-10-2017

Esme Greene Murdock, ‘Unsettling reconciliation: decolonial methods for transforming socio-ecological systems’ accepted 30-10-2017

Magdalena Holy-Luczaj, ‘In search of allies for postnatural environmentalism, or revisiting an ecophilosophical reading of Heidegger’ accepted 30-10-2017

Martin Drenthen, ‘Rewilding in layered landscapes as a challenge to place identity’ accepted 30-10-2017

Lidia Greco, Francesco Bagnardi, ‘In the name of science and technology: the post-political environmental debate on the Taranto steel plant (Italy)’ accepted 20-11-2017

Hans Renes, ‘New nature in old landscapes: Some Dutch examples of the relation between history, heritage, and ecological restoration’ accepted 22-11-2017

Isis Brook, ‘Restoring or re-storying the Lake District: applying responsive cohesion to a current problem situation’ accepted 29-11-2017

Mick Smith, Jade Shannon Monaghan, ‘Ecology, Community, and Food Sovereignty: What’s in a Word?’ accepted 18-12-2017

Morgan C Tait, ‘Should Naturalists Believe in the Anthropocene?’ accepted 08-12-2017

Eric Desjardins, Justin Donhauser, Gillian Barker, ‘Ecological Historicity, Functional Goals, and Novelty in the Anthropocene’ accepted 18-12-2017

Sophie Wynne-Jones, Graham Strouts, George Holmes, ‘Abandoning or reimagining a cultural heartland? Understanding and responding to rewilding conflicts in Wales – the case of the Cambrian wildwood.’ accepted 14-01-2018

Bob Fischer, ‘Nonideal Ethics and Arguments against Eating Animals’ accepted 05-02-2018

Samuel Merrill, Jack Kartez, Karen Langbehn, Catherine Reynolds, Frank Muller-Karger, ‘Who should pay for climate adaptation? Public attitudes and financing of flood protection in Florida’ accepted 12-02-2018

Tom Greaves, ‘Movement, Wildness and Animal Aesthetics’ accepted 13-03-2018

Teea Kortetmäki, ‘Reification of nonhuman nature’ accepted 23-03-2018

Aysem Mert, ‘Participation(s) in Environmental Governance: Green democratic values versus instrumental use’ accepted 06-04-2018

Annina Helena Michel, Norman Backhaus, ‘Unravelling reasons for the non-establishment of protected areas: Justification regimes and principles of worth in a Swiss national park project’ accepted 23-04-2018

Marit Hammond, ‘ A Cultural Account of Ecological Democracy’ accepted 24-03-2018

Cassie M Hays, ‘The “Park” as Racial Practice: Constructing Whiteness on Safari in Tanzania’ accepted 03-04-2018

Isabel Balza, ‘When the Grass Sings: Poetic Reason and Animal Writing accepted 23-04-2018

David Uzzell, Nora Räthzel, ‘ Labour’s hidden soul: religion at the intersection of labour and the environment’ accepted 23-05-2018

Tristan Partridge, Merryn Thomas, Nick Pidgeon, Barbara Harthorn, ‘ Disturbed Earth: Conceptions of the deep underground in shale extraction deliberations in the US and UK’ accepted 30-05-2018


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