ecocentric


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ecocentric

(ˌiːkəʊˈsɛntrɪk)
adj
(Environmental Science) having a serious concern for environmental issues: ecocentric management.
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They cover ecocentric ways of being: human-nature continuities in philosophy and poetry, ecocentric dwelling: the global and the local, ecocentric vision: zoomorphism and animal perspectives, and ecocentrism at the limits: animal encounters.
Perceptions of global environmentalism were measured with 12 ecocentric (e.
To challenge right-populism's rejection of the predatory inequalities that 4 years of (neo)-liberal globalization have created demands strong and sustained left populism built, in part, on the ecocentric frame advocated by Benatar.
Eckersley, Robyn (1992), Environmentalism and Political Theory: Toward an Ecocentric Approach.
Shooting Stars and Dancing Fish' seeks to 'shift the economic mindset from the present egocentric model of mindless extraction and consumption, to the ecocentric model of conservation, protection, and restoration (CPR).
The importance of SLCESHE collaboration is glimpsed in the following vignette offered by co-author Tyrone, a Wingate University undergraduate who participated in ecocentric SLCE courses and applied what he learned in his work with Project Morry.
Since recent scientific studies related to the so-called social complexity hypothesis (5) have confirmed many of the basic tenets of the emerging interdisciplinary field of biosemiotics, Serres's ecocentric theories about information appear to be just as cutting-edge as they were at the end of the 1960s.
Their agreements equally come from both ecocentric and egocentric stand points.
Description : Synergistic and Ecocentric Capacitation of Sierra Madre's Indigenous and Artisanal Communities
PM Fragrances has begun the process of becoming a known niche brand with the following accomplishments to date: [Brand participant in] The Weekender Dallas, Natural Awakenings Magazine, Ecocentric Mom subscription box, 2014 BET Awards Swag Bags, a private invitation to debut at NYC's Annual Sniffapalooza and was chosen as a brand participant in Pat Smith's [wife of Emmit Smith] 2011 Treasure You Retreat gift bags.
He sees contemporary ecocriticism as beset by three internal contradictions: what role scientific and factual knowledge should play in the analysis of fictional texts; the tension between anthropocentric and ecocentric thinking; and how much ecocritical literary analysis should focus on realistic texts as opposed to more imaginative, non-realist fiction.
Wild law is simultaneously developing in many countries (11) and is changing the prevailing anthropocentric view to one which is ecocentric, where humans are seen as part of an ecologically interconnected web.