Eco-Human Theory and Practice
ISSN 2713 – 184x
Eco Art Therapy
Ecological Education
The "Green" Arts
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Paul Antze

Paul Antze
Associate Editor
Paul Antze (Canada), Ph.D., member of Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago; Associate Professor Emeritus of Social Science and Social and Political Thought at York University.  His research has examined the cultures of popular therapeutic movements and more recently local environmental movements responding to the threat of climate change. He was founding Chair of the Toronto Climate Action Network and currently chairs the Green Neighbours Network of Toronto.   
Whitaker, Pamela
Associate Editor

Pamela Whitaker is course director and lecturer for the MSc Art Psychotherapy course at Ulster University, Belfast School of Art in Northern Ireland. She practices under the name of Groundswell, and is a practitioner of land art, festivity, and community gatherings in civic gardens. As an art therapy educator, she is a pedagogical curator assembling a contemporary art curriculum in association with artists, activists and social innovators.

About the journal

“Ecopoiesis: Eco-Human Theory and Practice” is the first international multidisciplinary Journal focused on building an eco-human paradigm, disseminating eco-human knowledge and technology based on the alliance of ecology, humanities and the arts. Our journal aims to be a vibrant forum of theories and practices aimed at harmonizing the relations of mankind and the natural world in the interests of sustainable development, the creation of Eco-Humanity as a new community of human beings and more-than-human world. The human being is an ecological being, not separate from the world. The Ecopoiesis journal is based on that premise and aims to develop a body of theory and practice within that framework.

The Journal promotes dialogue and cooperation between ecologists, philosophers, doctors, educators, psychologists, artists, musicians, designers, social activists, business representatives in the name of eco-human values, human health and well-being, in close connection with concern for the environment. The Journal supports the development and implementation of new environmentally-friendly concepts, technologies and practices in the various fields of health and public life, education and social work.

One of the priority tasks of the Journal is to demonstrate and support the significant role of the arts in their alliance with ecology and the humanities for the restoration and development of constructive relations with nature, raising environmental awareness and promoting nature-friendly lifestyles.

The Journal publishes articles describing new eco-human concepts and practices, technologies and applied research data at the intersection of humanities, ecology and the arts, as well as interviews and conference reports related to the emerging eco-human field. It encourages artwork, music and other creative products related to eco-human practices and the new global community of Eco-Humanity.