Environmental Values

Papers
(The TQCC of Environmental Values is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
A Fresh Look at ‘Relational’ Values in Nature: Distinctions Derived from the Debate on Meaningfulness in Life36
The ABCs of Relational Values: Environmental Values that Include Aspects of Both Intrinsic and Instrumental Valuing28
Beyond Ecofascism? Far-Right Ecologism (FRE) as a Framework for Future Inquiries27
Relational Values: A Unifying Idea in Environmental Ethics and Evaluation?21
Experiencing Values in the Flow of Events: A Phenomenological Approach to Relational Values14
Legitimate Expectations: Assessing Policies of Transformation to a Low-Carbon Society13
Green Populism? Action and Mortality in the Anthropocene13
Global Climate Change and Aesthetics12
The Social Specificity of Societal Nature Relations in a Flexible Capitalist Society11
Domesticating Rewilding: Interpreting Rewilding in England's Green and Pleasant Land11
Behaviour, Lockdown and the Natural World11
Valuing Nature for Wellbeing: Narratives of Socio-ecological Change in Dynamic Intertidal Landscapes10
Explaining Public Participation in Environmental Governance in China10
Sufficiency and Sustainability: Conceptual Analysis and Ethical Considerations for Sustainable Organisation10
Towards Degrowth? Making Peace with Mortality to Reconnect with (One's) Nature: An Ecopsychological Proposition for a Paradigm Shift10
Three Decades of Environmental Values: Some Personal Reflections10
Towards a Philosophy of a Bio-Based Economy: A Levinassian Perspective on the Relations between Economic and Ecological Systems10
On (Un)naturalness9
‘Valuing Life Itself’: On Radical Environmental Activists’ Post-Anthropocentric Worldviews9
Aesthetic Appreciation of Nature and the Global Environmental Crisis9
Gratitude and Alterity in Environmental Virtue Ethics8
Pathways from Environmental Ethics to Pro-Environmental Behaviours? Insights from Psychology8
Justifying an Intentional Species Extinction: The Case of Anopheles gambiae7
Rescaling the Weather Experience: From an Object of Aesthetics to a Matter of Concern7
Harmonising with Heaven and Earth: Reciprocal Harmony and Xunzi's Environmental Ethics7
Virtual Consumption, Sustainability and Human Well-Being7
The Nature of Degrowth: Theorising the Core of Nature for the Degrowth Movement7
African Worldviews, Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Development7
Institutional Context, Political-Value Orientation and Public Attitudes towards Climate Policies: A Qualitative Follow-Up Study of an Experiment7
Plant Philosophy and Interpretation: Making Sense of Contemporary Plant Intelligence Debates7
People's Conceptions and Valuations of Nature in the Context of Climate Change6
What Makes an Environmental Steward? An Individual Differences Approach6
The Good, the Wild, and the Native: An Ethical Evaluation of Ecological Restoration, Native Landscaping, and the ‘Wild Ones’ of Wisconsin6
Grounding Ecological Democracy: Semiotics and the Communicative Networks of Nature6
Transforming Fair Decision-Making about Sea-Level Rise in Cities: The Values and Beliefs of Residents in Botany Bay, Australia6
Sustainable Development is a Dead-End: The Logic of Modernity and Ecological Crisis6
Approaching Change: Exploring Cracks in the Eco-Modern Sustainability Paradigm6
The Trouble with Relational Values6
Karl Polanyi, the New Deal and the Green New Deal6
Days of Decision5
The Spiralling Economy: Connecting Marxian Theory with Ecological Economics5
Biocentric Individualism and Biodiversity Conservation: An Argument from Parsimony4
Unearthing intentionality: Building transformative capacity by reclaiming consciousness4
Mapuche Az-Mapu and Nature's Contribution to People: Eudemonic Values for Living Well4
How Long will Business as Usual be Sustained?4
Mapping Moral Pluralism in Behavioural Spillovers: A Cross-Disciplinary Account of the Multiple Ways in Which We Engage in Moral Valuing4
Grappling with Weeds: Invasive Species and Hybrid Landscapes in Cape York Peninsula, Far Northeast Australia4
Ungovernable Earth: Resurgence, Translocal Infrastructures and More-than-Social Movements4
Media Use, Race and the Environment: The Converging of Environmental Attitudes Based on Self-Reported News Use4
Respecting the Nonhuman Other: Individual Natural Otherness and the Case for Incommensurability of Moral Standing4
A Scale Problem with the Ecosystem Services Argument for Protecting Biodiversity4
The Disorienting Aesthetics of Mashed-Up Anthropocene Environments4
A Critique of Steven Vogel's Social Constructionist Attempt to Overcome the Human/Nature Dichotomy4
Red in Tooth and Claw No More: Animal Rights and the Permissibility to Redesign Nature4
Why Economic Valuation Does Not Value the Environment: Climate Policy as Collective Endeavour4
Zhang Zai's Cosmology of Qi/qi and the Refutation of Arrogant Anthropocentrism: Confucian Green Theory Illustrated4
Herman Daly: Some Personal Reflections3
Justificatory Moral Pluralism: A Novel Form of Environmental Pragmatism3
Permaculture: A Global Community of Practice3
Aesthetics at the Intersection of the Species Problem and De-Extinction Technology3
Aesthetics and Affordances in a Favourite Place: On the Interactional Use of Environments for Restoration3
Social Values in Economic Environmental Valuation: A Conceptual Framework3
The Values of Sacred Swamps: Belief-Based Nature Conservation in a Secular World3
The Ecology of Fear and Climate Change: A Pragmatist Point of View3
What's in a Pandemic? COVID-19 and the Anthropocene3
Aesthetic and Historical Values – Their Difference and Why it Matters3
Plurality, Engagement, Openness3
A Green Intervention in Media Production Culture Studies: Environmental Values, Political Economy and Mobile Production3
Valuing out of Context3
Values Underlying Preferences for Adaptive Governance in a Chilean Small-Scale Fishing Community3
Beyond Statism and Deliberation: Questioning Ecological Democracy through Eco-Anarchism and Cosmopolitics3
Individual Responsibility and the Ethics of Hoping for a More Just Climate Future3
Conceptualising Nature: From Dasgupta to Degrowth3
Hard Environmental Choices: Comparability, Justification and the Argument from Moral Identity3
On the Possible Existence of a ‘First Law of Environmental Stewardship’: How Organisations Bring Volunteers Together in Social and Geographic Space3
Learning to Walk with Turtles: Steps towards a Sacred Perception of the Environment3
Everyday Life Ecologies: Crisis, Transitions and the Aesth-Etics of Desire3
Religion in the Age of the Anthropocene3
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