A new issue, with a focus on religion and ecology is out! The editors of The Ecological Citizen are delighted to let you know that we have just published a new issue, Vol 3 No 1.
The full issue can be accessed here
This issue has a strong, but not exclusive, focus on religion and how it affects our relationships with the natural world. Within this it considers the commonalities and differences between religions and ecocentrism. There are articles by, or interviews with, spokespersons for Catholicism, Anglicanism, Judaism, Buddhism and Paganism. There are also two longer articles, one reviewing the evidence concerning the impact of Christianity on attitudes to nature and one discussing animism as an ecological practice.
In addition, there is a long article titled: How should ecological citizens think about immigration?
Finally, please note that the next regular issue is scheduled for mid-April 2020, after which we will resume our standard six-month schedule. In the interim, though, you can expect three more special supplements, one on ecocentric visions, one covering the biodiversity crisis, and one on ecological economics.
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