The Ecological Citizen: A peer-reviewed ecocentric journal


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Vol 3 Suppl A 2019

'The biodiversity crisis' – guest edited by Eileen Crist and Joe Gray

Publication date: 12 November 2019  |  Permanent URL

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Contents

Editorial
Pages 5–6: The biodiversity crisis must be placed front and centre
Gray J, Crist E
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Long article
Pages 7–11: The silence of the humpback whale
Moore KD
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Long article
Pages 13–21: The green world
Hogan T
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Snapshot
Pages 23–6: Addressing global insect meltdown
Samways MJ
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Long article
Pages 27–41: Restoring the living ocean: The time is now
Crist E
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Long article
Pages 43–54: 'Making hay': A conditional defence on ecocentric grounds of various co-created habitats
Gray J
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Snapshot
Pages 55–7: Sensory pollution and the biodiversity crisis
Parris KM
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Special feature
Pages 59–65: The thin green line: Scientists must do more to limit the toll of burgeoning infrastructure on nature and society
Laurance W
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Long article
Pages 67–74: Beyond the North American Wildlife Conservation Model and towards Earth rights
Heister A
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Snapshot
Pages 75–6: How biodiversity is both impacted by and a solution for climate change
Lovejoy TE
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Snapshot
Pages 77–8: The unnoticed collapse of big freshwater animals
Keim B
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Long article
Pages 79–85: The endangered phenomenon of animal migration, and the dissonance between doing science and achieving conservation
Berger J
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Long article
Pages 87–91: Nature needs half: Implications for population, consumption and inequality in the 'other half'
Mikkelson GM
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Excerpt
Pages 93–100: Excerpted chapters from On Beauty: Douglas R. Tompkins—aesthetics and activism
Butler T, Lubarsky S
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Reflection
Pages 101–3: In defence of tears
Leadbeater S
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Book review
Pages 104–5: Thinking and walking with The Sonoran Desert: A literary field guide
Boscacci L
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