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2022 ◽  
Vol 25 ◽  
pp. 100390
Rahinatu S. Alare ◽  
Elaine T. Lawson ◽  
Adelina Mensah ◽  
Armand Yevide ◽  
Prosper Adiku

2022 ◽  
Vol 31 (1) ◽  
pp. 1-14
Clive L. Spash

The journal Environmental Values is thirty years old. In this retrospective, as the retiring Editor-in-Chief, I provide a set of personal reflections on the changing landscape of scholarship in the field. This historical overview traces developments from the journal's origins in debates between philosophers, sociologists, and economists in the UK to the conflicts over policy on climate change, biodiversity/non-humans and sustainability. Along the way various negative influences are mentioned, relating to how the values of Nature are considered in policy, including mainstream environmental economics, naïve environmental pragmatism, the strategic role of corporations, neoliberalism and eco-modernism/techno-optimism. At the same time core value debates around intrinsic value in Nature and instrumentalism remain relevant, along with how plural environmental values can be articulated and acted upon. Naturalness, human relations to non-humans, and Nature as other, remain central considerations. The broadening of issues covered by the journal (e.g. covering social psychology, sociology and political science), reflect the need to address both human behaviour and the structure of social and economic systems to confront ongoing social-ecological crises.

2022 ◽  
Vol 262 ◽  
pp. 107445
Juying Sun ◽  
Genxu Wang ◽  
Xiangyang Sun ◽  
Zhaoyong Hu ◽  
Shan Lin ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 305 ◽  
pp. 114394
Peng Yang ◽  
Shengqing Zhang ◽  
Jun Xia ◽  
Yaning Chen ◽  
Yongyong Zhang ◽  

Mark Hansford

The Institution of Civil Engineers’ latest ‘state of the nation’ report focuses on six ways in which civil engineers can start tackling climate change, both in the UK and globally. Engineering knowledge director Mark Hansford says it is a transformational opportunity for the profession.

Geoffrey Hammond ◽  
Marcus Newborough

Geoffrey Hammond at the University of Bath and Marcus Newborough of ITM Power review what happened at the UN climate change conference in Glasgow last year, and what the resulting ‘Glasgow climate pact’ means for global warming and climate change.

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