The Ecological Citizen: Ecocentrism and biocentrism, ecocentric and biocentric thinking, dark green ethics, Deep Ecology, conservation, wildlands, rewilding, Earth jurisprudence, Earth-centred law and the Rights of Nature and Mother Earth

Striving for harmony with the rest of nature:
A peer-reviewed ecocentric journal (ISSN 2515-1967)


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Can edible insects really reduce our ecological footprint and save wild species? | 26 March 2018 | Read now

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 The Journal can be a catalyst for radical, egalitarian, compassionate, unifying change. May this much-needed new forum lead to a truly wild Earth, with secure homes for everyone in the biotic community. 

John Davis, Co-founder, Wildlands Network


The Journal, broadly speaking, covers ecocentrism and biocentrism, ecocentric and biocentric thinking, dark green ethics, Deep Ecology, conservation, wildlands, rewilding, Earth jurisprudence, Earth-centred law, and the Rights of Nature and Mother Earth.


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John J Piccolo, Associate Professor, Karlstad University



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The Ecological Citizen: Ecocentrism and biocentrism, ecocentric and biocentric thinking, dark green ethics, Deep Ecology, conservation, wildlands, rewilding, Earth jurisprudence, Earth-centred law and the Rights of Nature and Mother Earth