The Ecological Citizen: A peer-reviewed ecocentric journal


Author profile

Joe Gray

Joe is a field naturalist and eco-activist based in St Albans, UK. He is a co-founder of GENIE (the Global Ecocentric Network for Implementing Ecodemocracy) and a knowledge advisor on ecological ethics for the United Nations' Harmony with Nature programme.

 

Guest-edited supplements

'The biodiversity crisis'  |  Go to supplement

 

Publications

'Making hay': A conditional defence on ecocentric grounds of various co-created habitats | Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 43–54 | Long article | Read now

The biodiversity crisis must be placed front and centre | Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 5–6 | Editorial | Read now

Ecodemocracy: Operationalizing ecocentrism through political representation for non-humans | Vol 3 No 2 2020: 166–77 | Long article | Read now

Field guides as a gateway to appreciating more-than-human concerns | Vol 3 No 2 2020: 119 | Opinion | Read now

Water – a free-flowing subject that reveals the urgent need for humanity to change its course | Vol 2 No 2 2019: 121–7 | Editorial | Read now

A journey to Earth-centredness | Vol 1 Suppl A 2017: 38–41 | Personal story | Read now

Armchair ecotourism: A tribute to Edward Abbey | Vol 1 No 2 2018: 145–7 | Reflection | Read now

Ecocentrism: What it means and what it implies | Vol 1 No 2 2018: 130–1 | Opinion | Read now

Green fidelity and the grand finesse: Stepping stones to the 'Pacocene' | Vol 1 No 2 2018: 121–9 | Editorial | Read now

Reasons for a reduction of humans' impact on the ecosphere | Vol 1 No 1 2017: 17–18 | Opinion | Read now

Rights of nature: A report on a conference in Switzerland | Vol 1 No 1 2017: 95–6 | Meeting report | Read now

 


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