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, who has an MSc in Forestry from Bangor University and an MA in Zoology from the University of Cambridge. He is Chair of GENIE (the Global Ecocentric Network for Implementing Ecodemocracy), a Knowledge Network Expert for the United Nations' Harmony with Nature programme and a Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society.

 

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

Field guides as a gateway to appreciating more-than-human concerns | Vol 3 No 2 2020: epub-025 | 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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