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A large part of research in ecological and conservation studies remains oblivious to the role of the divided self that seeks to fulfill itself in ways that it cannot comprehend fully. But is there a solution possible without looking into the very basis of the self that both creates the problem, and then ventures to discover a solution? This...
USA co-representative Tina Fields and Australia rep Geoff Berry are two of the signatories on the International Scholars Warning on Societal Disruption and Collapse, initiated by Dr. Jem Bendell of the University of Cumbria, U.K.. More than 500 scholars and scientists from over 30 countries have signed their concern in this public letter. A few were also invited speakers for...
Dear Ecotuners, Ecoallies, and Associates, For 2021, we would like to focus our efforts on writing in order to nurture our communication spaces within the growing IES community. Usually, the articles that feature on the IES website are written in a style that caters to people from all walks of life, irrespective of their training in Ecopsychology. But with this...
In 2021, IES will begin offering the opportunity to discuss ecopsychological topics with representatives and members from many countries across the globe. This is a place for sharing and dialogue that recognizes, and draws upon the great gift of membership in IES: potential for creating international connections and understanding. The first Deep Conversation will take place on Tuesday, January 26,...
Wilderness and mindfulness are two dimensions of life that recall and reinforce each other. The connection between the two becomes even more important in times when the possibility of frequenting wild nature is lessened. By recognizing that “we are Nature”, and by cultivating practices of exploration and enjoyment of our inner nature, we can recreate the connection with the...