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Articles forthcoming in future issues of Environmental Values

Hyperlinks give access to abstracts and full text of Fast Track papers published on ingentaConnect. The final print version will be identical, apart from page numbering and identification of the journal issue in which it is published.

Fast Track articles should be cited using the DOI in the following form:
Smith, J. 2018. Article title, Environment and History Fast Track, DOI xxxxxxxx.

Papers are removed from this list after final publication in a specific journal issue.

As there is now only a short delay between acceptance and fast track publication on ingenta we are no longer posting authors’ pre-copyediting versions on the WHP website. Authors remain free to self-archive their accepted papers.

Dennis Eversberg, ‘The social specificity of societal nature relations in a flexible capitalist society’ accepted 19/11/2019

Sarah Koller, ‘Towards Degrowth? Making Peace with Mortality to Reconnect with (Our) Nature: The Existential Basis for a Paradigm Shift’ accepted 26/02/2020

Neil Munro, ‘Explaining public participation in environmental governance in China’ accepted 18/04/2020

Pasi Heikkurinen, ‘The Nature of Degrowth: Theorising the Core of Nature for the Degrowth Movement’ accepted 04/06/2020

Simon Lumsden, ‘Sustainable Development is a Dead-End: the Logic of Modernity and Ecological Crisis’ accepted 28/04/2019

Javier Romero, John Dryzek, ‘Grounding Ecological Democracy: Semiotics and the Communicative Networks of Nature’ accepted 18/05/2020

Jan Deckers, ‘On (Un)naturalness’ accepted 23/05/2020

Troy Elias, Jay Hmielowski, ‘Media use, race, and the environment: The converging of environmental attitudes based on self-reported news use’ accepted 11/06/2020

Erin Mared Roberts, Merryn Thomas, Karen Henwood, Nick Pidgeon, ‘Valuing Nature for Wellbeing: Narratives of socio-ecological change in dynamic intertidal landscapes’ accepted 8/06/2020

Andrea Felicetti, ‘Systemic Unsustainability as a Threat to Democracy’ accepted 22/06/2020

Bryan Norton, Daniel Michael Sanbeg, ‘Relational Values: A Unifying Idea in Environmental Ethics and Evaluation?’ accepted 29/06/2020

Anna Deplazes Zemp, Mollie Anne Chapman, ‘The A, B, C’s of relational values: Environmental values that combine elements of both intrinsic and instrumental valuation’ accepted 08/07/2020

Sarah A. Ebel, Michael P. Torre, Christine M. Beitl, ‘Values underlying preferences for adaptive governance in a Chilean small-scale fishing community’ accepted 09/07/2020

Thierry Long, Nathalie Pantaléon, Rolf Kleerebezem, Zakaria Babutsidze, ‘Does the fact of undergoing natural hazards influence people’s environmental values and ecological commitment?’ accepted 21/07/2020

Gareth Dale, ‘Karl Polanyi, the New Deal, and the Green New Deal’ accepted 21/07/2020

Gustavo Ruiz Chiesa, Luz Gonçalves Brito, ‘Learning to walk with turtles: steps towards a sacred perception of the environment’ accepted 03/08/2020

Nicholas Bardsley, Graziano Ceddia, Rachel McCloy, Simone Pfuderer ‘ Why economic valuation does not value the environment: Climate policy as collective endeavour’ accepted 17/08/2020

Daniel Edward Callies and Yasha Rohwer, ‘Intentional species extinction: The value of and case against Anopheles gambiae accepted 04/09/2020

Juha Hiedanpää, Jani Pellikka ‘ Homecoming without nostalgia: Local communities and the reintroduction of the Wild Forest Reindeer (Rangifer Tarandus Fennicus) in Finland’ accepted 09/09/2020

Pernilla Hagbert, Åsa Nyblom, Karolina Isaksson ‘ Approaching change: exploring cracks in the eco-modern sustainability paradigm’ accepted 18/09/2020

Norman Dandy, Emily Porth ‘ The Eclosion of Forest and Tree Health Stakeholdership’ accepted 02/10/2020

Andre Santos Campos, Sofia Guedes Vaz ‘ Justificatory Moral Pluralism: A Novel Form of Environmental Pragmatism’ accepted 20/10/2020

Svein Anders Noer Lie, "‘ A Critique of Steven Vogel’s Social Constructionist Attempt to Overcome the Human/Nature-Dichotomy’ accepted 18/10/2020

Emily Brady, ‘ Global Climate Change and Aesthetics’ accepted 3/11/2020

Connor Kayhan Kianpour and Eze Paez, ‘Red in Tooth and Claw No More: Animal Rights and the Permissibility to Redesign Nature’ accepted 6/11/2020

Madalina Diaconu, ‘Rescaling the Weather Experience, From an Object of Aesthetics to a Matter of Concern’ accepted 6/11/2020

Marcello Di Paola and Serena Ciccarelli, ‘ The Disorienting Aesthetics of Mashed-Up Anthropocene Environments’ accepted 28/11/2020

Ryan Plummer, Julia Baird, Gillian Dale ‘ What makes an environmental steward? An individual differences approach accepted 13/01/2021

Amanda Elizabeth Rooney, Helen Vallianatos ‘ Evidence of Degrowth Values in Food Justice in a Northern Canadian Municipality’ accepted 26/01/2021

Christophe Gilliand, ‘Experiencing Values in the flow of Events: a Phenomenological Approach to Relational Values’ accepted 05/02/2021

Urszula Lisowska, ‘Heterotopia as an Environmental and Political Concept – the Case of Hannah Arendt’s Philosophy’ accepted 9/2/2021

Pelayo Benavides, Julián Caviedes, ‘Unnatural Pumas and Domestic Foxes: Relations with Protected Predators and Conspirational Rumours in Southern Chile’ accepted 09/3/2021

Jukka Mikkonen, ‘Aesthetic Appreciation of Nature and the Global Environmental Crisis’ accepted 22/3/2021

Yogi Hendlin, ‘Plant Philosophy and Interpretation: Making sense of contemporary plant intelligence debates’ accepted 22/3/2021

Simin Fadaee, Benjamin Habib, ‘Permaculture and Sustainability Transition: A Global Community of Practice’ accepted 23/4/2021


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