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Christian Baatz, ‘Can we have it both ways? On potential trade-offs between mitigation and Solar Radiation Management’

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

Ulrich Brand, ‘How to get out of the multiple crisis? Contours of a critical theory of social-ecological transformation’

Kelly Bryck and Naoko Ellis, ‘An engineering approach to sustainable decision making’

Milena Buchs, Emma Hinton and Graham Smith, ‘“It helped me sort of face the end of the world” – the role of emotions for climate change engagement initiatives’

Brian C. Campbell, ‘In search of Arcadia: Agrarian values and the homesteading tradition in the Ozarks, USA’

Stuart Bryce Capstick, Nicholas Frank Pidgeon, Karen Henwood, ‘Stability and change in public discourses about climate change between 1997 and 2010’

Ana Narciso Costa, José Castro Caldas, Ricardo Coelho, Maria de Fátima Ferreiro, Vasco Gonçalves, ‘The building of a dam: value conflicts in public decision-making’

Glenn Deliège, ‘Contact! Contact! Nature preservation as the preservation of meaning’

Ralf Doering, Leyre Goti, Lorena Fricke, Katharina Jantzen, ‘Equity and ITQs: About fair distribution in quota management systems in fisheries’

Darrick Trent Evensen, ‘Policy decisions on shale gas development (‘fracking’): the insufficiency of science and necessity of moral thought’

Peter James Ferguson, ‘Liberalism and economic growth: A theoretical exploration’

Matt Ferkany, ‘Is it arrogant to deny climate change, or arrogant to say so? Confronting arrogance and cultivating humility about climate change.’

Marco Grasso and Simona Sacchi, ‘Impure procedural justice in climate governance systems.’

Christopher Robert Groves, Catherine Butler, Karen Henwood, Karen Parkhill, Nick Pidgeon, Fiona Shirani, ‘Invested in unsustainability? On the psychosocial patterning of engagement in practices’

Trevor Hedberg, ‘Animals, relations, and the laissez-faire intuition’

Maria Honig et al., ‘A conceptual framework to enable the changes required for a one-planet future’

Janne I. Hukkinen, ‘Addressing the practical and ethical issues of nudging in environmental policy’

Simon P. James, ‘The trouble with environmental values’

T.J. Kasperbauer, ‘The implications of psychological limitations for the ethics of climate change’

Michael J Keary, ‘Message in a model: Technological optimism in climate change mitigation modelling’

Jozef Keulartz, ‘Future directions for conservation’

Hana Librová, Vojtěch Pelikán, ‘Ethical motivations and the phenomenon of disappointment in two types of environmental movements’

Alex Y. Lo, ‘Political ambiguity in the Chinese climate change discoursess’

Scott C. Lougheed, Myra J Hird and R Kerry Rowe, ‘Governing Household Waste Management: An Empirical Analysis and Critique’

Leslie Mabon and Simon Shackley, ‘Meeting the targets or re-imagining society? An empirical study into the ethical landscape of carbon dioxide capture and storage in Scotland’

Karni Lotan Marcus, ‘The Fundamental Role of Large-Scale Trust Building in Natural Resource Management’

Chandra Lal Pandey, ‘Managing Climate Change: Shifting Roles for NGOs’

Zachary Amedeo Piso, Ian Werkheiser, Samantha Noll, Leshko Christina, ‘Sustainability of what? Recognising the diverse values that sustainable agriculture works to sustain’

Christopher J. Preston, ‘Climate engineering and the cessation requirement: The ethics of a life-cycle’

Jonathan Prior and Emily Brady, ‘Environmental aesthetics and rewilding ’

Matthew Rendall, ‘Carbon leakage and the argument from no difference’

Miles Richardson, Jenny Hallam, Ryan Lumber, ‘One thousand good things in nature’

Onofrio Romano, ‘Coping with the horizontal hitch. The “con-formism” of degrowth alternative.’

Kirsten Selbmann, ‘Bio-, agro- or even social fuels: Discourse dynamics on biofuels in Germany’

Helena Siipi and Marko Ahteensuu, ‘Moral relevance of range and naturalness in assisted migration’

Harald Stelzer and Fabian Schuppert, ‘How much risk ought we to take? Exploring the possibilities of risk-sensitive consequentialism in the context of climate engineering’

Toby Svoboda, ‘Aerosol geoengineering deployment and fairness’

David Switzer and Nicole Frances Angeli, ‘Human and non-human migration: Understanding species introduction and translocation through migration ethics’

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

Seda Yıldırım, Burcu Candan, ‘Segmentation of green product buyers’


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