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New Book Release – Greening the Academy

“Many of the most important forces for social change in human history have taken root in our universities, and today the academy is a crucial site where scholars are working to integrate ecological sustainability and social justice. Greening the Academy is a clarion call for deep green approaches to thinking, teaching, research, and action that … Continue reading

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Another Book Series Launched – Green Criminology

Most Recently, Reece Walters, Avi Brisman and Anthony Nocella established a wonderful relationship with Lexington Books, which has created one of the first Green Criminology Book Series in the world! The Series is peer-reviewed and interested in publishing books related to green criminology, environmental justice, animal advocacy, and environmentalism. All manuscripts should target the academic … Continue reading

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Green Theory and Praxis – Call for Papers

Green Theory & Praxis: The Journal of Ecopedagogy (GTP) represents a scholarly effort to present research papers and essays at the transformative nexus of ecological politics and culture, ecocriticism, the critique of social structures, and sustainability education. The editorial board of GTP takes the position that many human societies and their attendant political economy and … Continue reading

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The 7th Annual ICAS Conference

The 7th Annual ICAS Conference at Yale University wrapped up this weekend.  Reports from the conference were nothing short than amazing. The conference focused on transforming higher education into an ethical space and place for learning. It began on Friday evening with a reception, book signing, art exhibit and discussion of ecofeminism. Continue reading