Ethicist and geographer William Lynn discusses ways to think about the wicked problems posed by conservation and wildlife management.
With Aldo Leopold, Lao Tzu, and the trickster Coyote as his guides through the city, a writer explores how to live well with beavers, falcons, and the urban wilderness.
How can a community implement Aldo Leopold’s notion of the land ethic? Kenya’s Njuri Ncheke councils offer an example, balancing individual and group agency.
This comparison of the Leap and the Ecomodernist Manifestos finds hope in an ethic of care.
In the world’s most populous Muslim-majority nation, environmental ethics and social critique derive from longstanding Islamic practices such as “praying for forgiveness.”