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Holden E, Linnerud K, Banister D.  2014.  Sustainable development: Our Common Future revisited. Global Environmental Change. 26:130-139.
Fawcett L, Johnson M.  2019.  Coexisting Entities in Multispecies Worlds: Arts-Based Methodologies for Decolonial Pedagogies. Animals in Environmental Education: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Curriculum and Pedagogy. :175-193.
Barnett J.T.  2018.  On dying ecologically in the Anthropocene. The Ecological Citizen. 2:23-9.
Barnosky AD, Hubbell, Hubbell SP, Ayala FJ.  2008.  Megafauna Biomass Tradeoff as a Driver of Quaternary and Future Extinctions. In the Light of Evolution: Volume II: Biodiversity and Extinction. 2
Barnosky AD.  2008.  Megafauna biomass tradeoff as a driver of Quaternary and future extinctions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 105(Supplement 1):11543-11548.
Thompson SCGagnon, Barton MA.  1994.  Ecocentric and anthropocentric attitudes toward the environment. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 14(2):149-157.
Barzilay JR.  2010.  Plant Species Invade Walden Pond. The Harvard Crimson.
BBC.  Submitted.  The World In 2050.
Wallach AD, Bekoff M, Nelson MPaul, Ramp D.  2015.  Promoting predators and compassionate conservation. Conservation Biology. 29(5):1481-1484.
Bell AC, Russell CL.  2000.  Beyond Human, beyond Words: Anthropocentrism, Critical Pedagogy, and the Poststructuralist Turn. Canadian Journal of Education / Revue canadienne de l'éducation. 25(3):188-203.
Bhagwat SA, Rutte C.  2006.  Sacred groves: potential for biodiversity management. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 4(10):519-524.

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