Radical Human Ecology: Intercultural and Indigenous Approaches. (Ashgate, January 2012)
Contains several chapters from CHE fellows and graduates.
“Below the clamor of a bustling world, this volume imparts the seeds of a radical alternative for human ecology. They lie beneath surface: amid the whispered voices at the margin, in the praxis of traditional spirituality, along the dusty road of post-modernism, and from the ivy halls of science. This is not the human ecology of a prehistoric fireside or an academic symposium. It is an unconventional and timely pedagogy of hope.”
Professor Richard Borden of the the Society for Human Ecology and holder of the Rachel Carson Chair in Human Ecology at the College of the Atlantic
Exploring Community Resilience: Nick Wilding (CHE Fellow) Carnegie UK Trust
WWF Natural Change Report: Catalysing Leadership for Sustainability: Dave Key (CHE Fellow) and Margaret Kerr
(very incomplete! Graduates and fellows who would like their work listed here get in touch)
Alastair McIntosh maintains a list of his books and publications here: http://alastairmcintosh.com/publications.htm
Nadia Johanisova (CHE graduate) Living in the Cracks – A Look at Social Enterprises in Britain and the Czech Republic (Feasta, Dublin, 2005).
Sustainable Development: An Introduction by David Reid (Earthscan) 1996
Eco-Theology, Orin Gelderloos (Forward by Kathy Galloway) 1992
CHE Occasional Papers
No.1: Alastair McIntosh ” From Eros to Thanatos: the Cultural Pathology of Cigarette Advertising’s Imagery of Violation ”
No.2: Peter Merry Why Work? A case for Fundamental Change
Tara O’Leary – Nae fae the likes of us : Poverty, Agenda 21 and Scotland’s environmental Non-Governmental Organisations