I was up to my eyeballs in baby raccoons, and like all wildlife rehabilitators in the middle of “baby season,” I was exhausted and frazzled and in no mood to chat. So, when the call came in, I almost didn’t […]

Safe Harbor: A Journey


An acclaimed novelist and poet, Paul Kingsnorth has also served as one of the most vocal and determined environmental activists. He inspired many throughout the world with his thoughts on conservation, and his belief that humanity could play the key […]

Paul Kingsnorth: Portrait of a Recovering ...


Ed. note: Ellaraine Lockie is the Center for Humans and Nature’s Artist-of-the-Month for June 2019. Her poetry has appeared previously on the City Creatures Blog. We are pleased to share this selection of Ellaraine’s poems, which traces the tangled lines that connect […]

Every Squawk an Upbeat, a Hallelujah



Adapting Environmental Ethics to Rapid, Anthropogenic, and Global Ecological Change H.J. Andrews Forest Research Station Blue River, Oregon  JULY 10-13, 2019  Global biophysical systems have remined relatively stable across twelve thousand years of the Holocene Epoch, providing background climatic and […]

International Society for Environmental Ethics 2019 ...


The global desire for animal meat is an insatiable one. Over 50 billion animals are killed each year to meet these demands. Beyond the obvious cruelties indicated by that statistic, the process also raises concerns for food safety, represents a […]

In-Vitro Meat


Dear colleagues, Please consider proposing to share your work in environmental philosophy at our IAEP session at the Eastern Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association in Philadelphia, PA from January 8-11, 2020. Proposals should be sent to iaepsecretary@gmail.com. The […]

IAEP at APA-Eastern CFP