ISSN: 0963-2719 (print) 1752-7015 (online).
Environmental Values is an international peer-reviewed journal that brings together contributions from philosophy, economics, politics, sociology, geography, anthropology, ecology and other disciplines, which relate to the present and future environment of human beings and other species. In doing so we aim to clarify the relationship between practical policy issues and more fundamental underlying principles or assumptions.
Environmental Values is indexed or abstracted in: Current Contents, Economic Literature Index, Environment Abstracts, Environmental Policy Abstracts, Geo Abstracts, GEOBASE, ICEL References, ISI Social Science Citation Index, Land, Life and Leisure, The International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, The Philosopher's Index, Referativnyi Zhurnal, RePEc, Social Sciences in Forestry, Sociological Abstracts.
Environmental Values has a Thomson-Reuters impact factor (2011) of 1.372, with a subject ranking in the first quartile for Ethics journals (7/47) and the second quartile for Environmental Studies journals (40/89).
Papers should be submitted using our online submission system
We are delighted to announce that two articles from Environmental Values have been recognised in an article competition run by the British Sociological Association Climate Change Study Group.
First prize went to Sarah Hards for her article, Social Practice and the Evolution of Personal Environmental Values and joint second place was taken by Brigitte Nerlich with ‘Climategate’: Paradoxical Metaphors and Political Paralysis.
Clive L. Spash, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
Mark Whitehead Aberystwytyh University
Isis Brook Writtle College
Claudia Carter Faculty of Technology, Engineering & the Environment, Birmingham City University City North Campus, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 2SU, United Kingdom
Simon Hailwood University of Liverpool
Katie McShane Department of Philosophy, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523-1781, USA
Alan Holland Philosophy, IEPPP, Furness College, Lancaster University, Lancaster LA1 4YG, UK
Stewart Barr Dr. Stewart Barr, Geography, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter, Amory Building, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4RJ
Piers Stephens Philosophy Department, University of Georgia, 107 Peabody Hall, Athens, GA 30602-1627 USA
W.M. Adams, University of Cambridge, Geography
Bina Agarwal, University of Delhi, Development Economics/Feminism
Finn Arler, Aalborg University, Development and Planning
Anders Biel, Göteborg University, Psychology
Frank Biermann, VU University, Amsterdam, Political Science
Emily Brady, University of Edinburgh, Geography
Daniel Bromley, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Land Economics
Ali Douai, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, Ecological Economics
Martin Drenthen, Radboud University Nijmegen, Environmental Philosophy and Ethics
John Dryzek, Australian National University, Political Science
Riley Dunlap, Oklahoma State University, Sociology
Robyn Eckersley, University of Melbourne, Politics
Robin Gregory, University of Victoria, Decision Sciences/Policy Analysis
Richard Howarth, Dartmouth College, Environmental/Ecological Economics
Dale Jamieson, New York University, Philosophy
Giorgio Kallis, Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Ecological Economics
Manfred Max-Neef, Universidad Austral de Chile, Ecological Economics
John O’Neill, Manchester University, Political Economy
Jouni Paavola, University of Leeds, Ecological/Institutional Economics
Clare Palmer, Texas A&M University, Philosophy
Mick Smith, Queen’s University, Ontario, Philosophy/Social Theory
Sigrid Stagl, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Ecological Economics