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Frumkin H..  2001.  Beyond toxicity: human health and the natural environment. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 20(3):234-240.
Clowney D.  2013.  Biophilia as an Environmental Virtue. Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics. 26(5):999-1014.
Browning B.  2016.  Biophilia, Buildings, and Your Brain. People & Strategy. 39(2):8-11.
Carroll W.  2016.  Bird Brains and Cross-Species Empathy. Public Discourse: The Journal of the Witherspoon Institute.
Scholl KG, Gulwadi GBetrabet.  2018.  College Campus Landscapes Within a Learning Ecosystem. Planning for Higher Education. 46(2):50-64.
Corkery L.  2004.  Community Gardens as a Platform for Education for Sustainability. Australian Journal of Environmental Education. 20(1):69-75.
Tam K-P.  2013.  Concepts and measures related to connection to nature: Similarities and differences. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 34:64-78.
Kellert SR.  2007.  Connecting With Creation: The Convergence of Nature, Religion, Science and Culture. Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture. 1(1):25.
Rose DBird.  2017.  Connectivity Thinking, Animism, and the Pursuit of Liveliness. Educational Theory. 67(4):491-508.
Betal C.  2008.  Conservation of Ecology and Environment Through Yogic Lifestyle. Journal of Environmental Research and Development. 2(4)
Bortoft H.  1985.  Counterfeit and authentic wholes: Finding a means for dwelling in nature. Dwelling, Place and Environment: Towards a Phenomenology of Person and World. :281-302.
Mikulak M.  2007.  Cross-Pollinating Marxism and Deep Ecology: Towards a Post-Humanist Eco-Humanism. Cultural Logic: An Electronic Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice. 10:1-25.
Tam K-P.  2013.  Dispositional empathy with nature. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 35:92-104.
[Anonymous].  2003.  Dreams from Endangered Cultures.
Anderson T, Guyas ASuominen.  2012.  Earth Education, Interbeing, and Deep Ecology. Studies in Art Education. 53(3):223-245.


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