The Ecological Citizen: Confronting human supremacy


Pieces with keyword ‘Sixth mass extinction’

 

Rosling’s fallacy: Conservation, biodiversity and the anthropocentrism of Hans Rosling’s Factfulness
Reflection by  Andrea Cardini[Vol 5 No 2 2022: 117–22]
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Just population policies for an overpopulated world
Long article by  Phil Cafaro [Vol 5 No 1 2021: 55–64]
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The moral imperative to reduce global population
Long article by  Trevor Hedberg[Vol 5 No 1 2021: 47–54]
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WITNESS: Order Sirenia
Witness by  Eileen Crist[Vol 5 No 1 2021: 37–42]
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Understanding and solving the South-East Asian snaring crisis
Long article by  Thomas NE Gray et al.[Vol 4 No 2 2021: 129–41]
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A letter to humanity from the Earth
Letter by  The Earth[Vol 4 No 1 2020: 6]
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My choice to go child-free for the sake of all life
Opinion by  Sally Tan[Vol 4 No 1 2020: 7]
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Addressing global insect meltdown
Snapshot by  Michael J Samways[Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 23–6]
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How biodiversity is both impacted by and a solution for climate change
Snapshot by  Thomas E Lovejoy[Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 75–6]
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In defence of tears
Reflection by  Simon Leadbeater[Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 101–3]
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Nature needs half: Implications for population, consumption and inequality in the ‘other half’
Long article by  Gregory M Mikkelson[Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 87–91]
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Restoring the living ocean: The time is now
Long article by  Eileen Crist[Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 27–41]
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The biodiversity crisis must be placed front and centre
Editorial by  Joe Gray and Eileen Crist[Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 5–6]
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The green world
Long article by  Tim Hogan[Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 13–21]
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The thin green line: Scientists must do more to limit the toll of burgeoning infrastructure on nature and society
Special feature by  William Laurance[Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 59–65]
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The unnoticed collapse of big freshwater animals
Snapshot by  Brandon Keim[Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 77–8]
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Ecocentrism and our possible futures
Editorial by  Patrick Curry[Vol 3 No 2 2020: 109–10]
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The Anthropocene: Where on Earth are we going?
Opinion by  Will Steffen[Vol 2 No 2 2019: 129–30]
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How the deep-snow caribou’s plunge towards extinction reveals Canada’s conservation hypocrisy
Opinion by  Anne Sherrod and Trevor Goward[Vol 2 No 1 2018: 11–12]
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Immigration and population: The interlinked ecological crisis that dares not speak its name
Long article by  Colin Hines[Vol 2 No 1 2018: 51–5]
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Life’s catastrophe: An angry editorial
Editorial by  Ian Whyte[Vol 2 No 1 2018: 5–10]
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The economic legacy of the Holocene
Long article by  Lisi Krall[Vol 2 No 1 2018: 67–76]
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‘Any size population will do?’: The fallacy of aiming for stabilization of human numbers
Long article by  Karin Kuhlemann[Vol 1 No 2 2018: 181–9]
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Green fidelity and the grand finesse: Stepping stones to the ‘Pacocene’
Editorial by  Joe Gray[Vol 1 No 2 2018: 121–9]
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Life’s defeat is imminent: We must become effective
Opinion by  Ian Whyte[Vol 1 No 1 2017: 13–14]
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