The International Journal of Ecopsychology (IJE)is an evidence-based publishing venue for interdisciplinary and field-specific approaches termed “ecopsychological.” IJE publishes theory, research, and application articles on human-natural spaces affiliatory interactions/dynamics—nature estrangement and/or alienation. Both terms, “eco” and “psychology,” are critically approached, scientifically emphasized and equally regarded. IJE welcomes diverse evidence-based and critical thinking perspectives from academics and researchers around the world. A previous and more modest circulation, "Amaranda," first published in 2007, under the auspices of what was then, the European Ecopsychology Society (EES), became the seed idea for IJE with a new mission: to, in a deconstructive and critical thinking manner, curate* relevant and existing works and publish original contributions that aim at readdressing the oftentimes all-too-worn terms "self," "nature," "nature connection," and "society." (In honor of our teacher and mentor Dr. Bill Devall)
See Our "Aims and Scope" Statements Aims and Scope*"What is News Curation?: News curation is the process of finding, analyzing, filtering, preserving and sharing the most relevant information on a specific topic for a particular audience (The New York Times).
ISSN 2767-1380"I have found that some of the simplest things have given me the most pleasure. They didn't cost me a lot of money either. They just worked on my senses." ~Richard Proenneke CALL FOR PAPERS: FOUNDATIONS III Vol. 6 (1) 2023 EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION TO FOUNDATIONS II Vol. 5 (1)