Below is an assortment of presentations related to EcoTypes from 2017 on, in reverse chronological order.
A brief overview of EcoTypes in the context of classic vs. contemporary environmental thought—a distinction applied, for instance, in our Companion to Environmental Studies (Castree, Hulme, and Proctor 2018)—was presented to Lewis & Clark College’s Introduction to Environmental Studies class in January 2019.
EcoTypes and engagement were applied to the theme (Inclusion and Legitimacy) of the June 2018 Association for Environmental Studies & Sciences Annual Meeting in Washington, DC as a followup to the 2017 sessions below. Here are related presentations.
- EcoTypes: Expanding Ideas, Discovering Disagreement, Practicing Engagement (Jim Proctor, Lewis & Clark College)
- Policy Orientation Diversity (Mark Neff and Zander Albertson, Western Washington University)
- The Power of EcoTypes: Survey, Results, Axes and Themes as Teaching and Learning Tools in Introductory [Undergraduate] Environmental Studies Courses (joni palmer, University of New Mexico)
- The Role of Ecotypes in Engagement Across Differences (Susan Caplow, University of Montevallo)
EcoTypes, and the broader theme of engagement, were featured in two sessions at the Association for Environmental Studies & Sciences Annual Meeting in Tucson in June 2017. Below are three related presentations.
- EcoTypes: Creative Tensions in Environmental Ideas (Jim Proctor, Lewis & Clark College)
- Pluralism, Pragmatism, Civil Disagreement: A Proposed Framework for Engagement (Emma Brush, The Breakthrough Institute)
- Contemporary Environmental Typologies: Renewing the New Environmental Paradigm Scale (Jennifer Bernstein, University of Southern California)
EcoTypes was introduced via a discussion document, “Situating Ecomodernism via EcoTypes,” introduced at the June 2015 Breakthrough Institute Dialogue. Subsequent development added a number of axes to the original six, and expanded the scope of EcoTypes to include a survey and extensive resources for participants.