control of white-tailed deer.” Conservation Science and Practice. 2/4, 2020.
“Assisting wild animals vulnerable to climate change: Why ethical strategies diverge.” Journal of Applied Philosophy 2019
“Conservation strategies in a changing climate – Moving beyond an animal liberation /environmental ethics divide.” Les Ateliers de l’éthique/The Ethics Forum. 13/1: 17–42, 2018.
“Should we offer assistance to both wild and domesticated animals?” The Harvard Review of Philosophy 25: 7-19, 2018.
Clare Palmer, Hanne Gervi Pedersen & Peter Sandøe. “Beyond Castration and Culling: Should we use non-surgical, pharmacological methods to control the sexual behavior and reproduction of animals?” Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 31/2: 197-218, 2018.
Sandra Corr, Clare Palmer and Peter Sandøe. Invited peer commentary: “Encouraging self-reflection by veterinary clinicians: Ethics on the clinic floor”. Commentary on Philip Rosoff et al.’s article, “Resolving Ethical Dilemmas in a Tertiary Care Veterinary Specialty Hospital: Adaptation of the Human Clinical Consultation Committee Model”. American Journal of Bioethics 18/2: 55-57. 2018.
“Against the view that we are normally required to assist wild animals.” (Invited) Relations 3/2: 203-210. 2015 (with a response by Catia Faria).
“Response to Vulnerability, Dependence, and Special Obligations to Domesticated Animals by Elijah Weber,” (Invited) Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 28/4: 695-703, 2015.
NESCent Working Group on the Evolutionary Biology of the Built Environment: Martin, Laura, Adams, Rachel; Bateman, Ashley; Bik, Holly; Hawks, John; Hird, Sarah; Hughes, David; Kembel, Steven; Kinney, Kerry; Kolokotronis, Sergios-Orestis; Levy, Gabriel; McClain, Craig; Meadow, James; Medina, Raul; Mhuireach, Gwynne; Moreau, Corrie; Munshi-South, Jason; Nichols, Lauren; Palmer, Clare; Popova, Laura; Schal, Coby; Täubel, Martin; Trautwein, Michelle; Ugalde, Juan; Dunn, Robert. “Evolution of the Indoor Biome”. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 30/4: 223-232, 2015.
• Discussed in New York Times: Science, Karl Zimmer Mar.19 2015
Peter Sandøe (lead author) Clare Palmer, Sandra Corr, Arne Astrup, Charlotte Reinhard Bjørnvad. “Canine and Feline Obesity viewed from a One Health Perspective.” The Veterinary Record 18. December: 610-616, 2014.
“Ethics and Policy Issues: Three Questions on Climate Change.” Invited contribution to “Roundtable: the Facts, Fictions and Futures of Climate Change”. Ethics and International Affairs 28/3: 343-350, 2014.
Clare Palmer (lead author) Katie McShane and Ron Sandler. “Environmental Ethics.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources 39: 419-442, 2014.
• Shortly to be reprinted in Spanish in Ethica Ambiental published by Andiamos of the Universidad Autonoma de la Ciudad de Mexico.
Clare Palmer (lead author) & Brendon Larson. “Should we move the whitebark pine? Ethics, conservation and assisted migration.” Environmental Values 23/6: 641-662. 2014.
• Discussed in New York Times Science, Karl Zimmer, Sept.23 2014
Peter Sandøe, Paul M. Hocking, Sophie Collins, Björn Forkman, Kirsty Haldane, Helle H. Kristensen & Clare Palmer. “The Blind Hens’ Challenge: Does it undermine the view that only welfare matters in our dealings with animals?” Environmental Values 23/6: 727-742, 2014.
“Companion Cats as Co-Citizens? Comments on Sue Donaldson and Will Kymlicka’s Zoopolis.” Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review 52: 759-767 2013 (Journal of the Canadian Philosophical Association).
• Contribution to book symposium on Donaldson & Kymlicka’s Zoopolis, to which Donaldson and Kymlicka replied: “Reply: Animal Citizenship, Liberal Theory and the Historical Moment”, pp. 769-786.
“Frameworks for understanding Environmental Ethics.” Ethical Research 3/3: 123-146. 2013. (University of Qom, Iran).
• Two replies published: Joel McClellan “What the Wild Things Are” and Gordon Burghart “Beyond Suffering”.
Clare Palmer (lead author), Peter Sandøe & Sandra Corr. “Inconvenient Desires: should we routinely neuter companion animals?” Anthrozoos: 25th Anniversary Edition 25/1, August 153-172, 2012.
“Place-Historical Narratives: Road – Or Roadblock – to Sustainability?” Ethics, Policy and Environment 14/3: 345-359, 2011.
“Animal Disenhancement & the Non-Identity Problem: a response to Thompson.” Nanoethics 5/1: 43-2011.
Clare Palmer (lead author) and Emily Brady. “Landscape and Value in the Work of Alfred Wainwright”. Landscape Research 32/4: 397-421, 2007.
“Response to Cobb and Menta,” in Forum section in Process Studies 33/1: 46-70. 2004.
• This was an invited response to papers by John Cobb and Tim Menta on my book Process Philosophy and Environmental Ethics. Subsequent further response: John Cobb Process Studies 34/1 2005 “Another Response to Clare Palmer.”
“Respect for Nature in The Earth Charter.” Ethics, Place and Environment 7/1 & 2: 97-107, 2004.
Doris Schroeder and Clare Palmer “Technology assessment and the ‘Ethical Matrix'” Poiesis and Praxis 1/1: 295-307, 2003.
“Animals, Colonisation and Urbanisation” Philosophy and Geography 6/1: 47-58, 2003.
“Placing Animals in Urban Environmental Ethics” Journal of Social Philosophy 34/1: 64-78, 2003.
“Animals and a Christian relational ethic of care” Ecotheology 7/2: 164-186, 2003.
“Christianity, Englishness and the Southern English Countryside: a study of the work of H.J. Massingham.” Social and Cultural Geography 3/1: 25-38, 2002.
“Taming the Wild Profusion of Existing Things? A Study of Foucault, Power and Animals” Environmental Ethics 23/4 339-358, 2002.
• Reprinted (lightly edited) in Matther Chrulew and Dinesh Wadiwal (eds) Foucault and Animals (Brill
Academic Publishers 2016) pp. 105-131.
• Translation and reprint as “Apprivoiser la profusion sauvage des choses existantes?” Philosophie 112 23-46. 2011. (Transl. Hicham-Stephane Afeissa)
“Religion in the Making: Animality, Savagery and Civilisation in the Thought of A.N.Whitehead” Society and Animals 5/3: 287-304 2000.
With Jones, P & Merritt, J.Q. “Interdisciplinarity, Values Awareness and Critical Thinking in Environmental Higher Education” Journal of Geography in Higher Education 23/3 pp. 349-377 1999.
“Identity, Community and the Natural Environment: Some Perspectives from Process Thinking.” In Worldviews: Environment, Culture, Religion. Special edition edited by Andrew Brennan and Nina Witozsec
2/3: 257-269 1998.
“The Idea of the Animal Contract” Environmental Values 6/4: 411- 425, 1997.
“Some Problems with Sustainability” Studies in Christian Ethics 7/1: 52-62, 1994
“A Bibliographical Essay on Environmental Ethics” Studies in Christian Ethics 7/1: 68-97, 1994.
Contributions to Edited Books:
Clare Palmer “The Laissez-Faire View: why we’re not normally required to assist wild animals”. Routledge Handbook of Animal Ethics, ed. Bob Fischer. New York: Routledge 2019 pp.444-454.
Clare Palmer (lead author) Hamish Morrin and Peter Sandøe. “Is it ethically defensible to keep animals in zoos and aquariums?”. Routledge Handbook of Animal Ethics, ed. Bob Fischer. New York: Routledge 2019 pp.394-404.
“Clare Palmer – Ethics and the Environment: Dialogue with His Holiness the Dalai Lama”. In Ethics, Ecology and Interdependence: The Dalai Lama In Conversation With Leading Thinkers on Climate Change, eds. John Dunne and Daniel Goleman. Wisdom Publications: Simon and Schuster, 2018 pp.109-129.
Clare Palmer and Peter Sandøe. “Welfare.” In Lori Gruen (ed.) Critical Terms for Animal Studies. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 2018 pp.424-438.
Clare Palmer (lead author) TJ Kasperbauer and Peter Sandøe. “Bears or butterflies: How should zoos make value driven decisions about the composition of their collections?” In B.A. Minteer, J. Maienschein, J.P. Collins (eds) The Ark and Beyond: The Future of Zoo and Aquarium Conservation. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 2018 pp. 179-191.
“Animal Ethics”. In David Schmidtz (ed.) Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks – Philosophy: Environmental Ethics. Macmillan Reference. USA/Gale, a Cengage Company ©2017 pp.123-150. (15,000 words).
“Climate Change, Ethics, and the Wildness of Wild Animals.” In Bernice Bovernkirk and Jozef Keulartz (eds) Animal Ethics in the Age of Humans. Cham, Switzerland: Springer 2017 pp. 131-150.
“Living Individuals: Biocentrism in Environmental Ethics”. In Allen Thompson & Stephen Gardiner (eds) Oxford Handbook of Environmental Ethics. New York, Oxford University Press. 2016 pp.101-113.
“Moral Conflict in Feral Cat Management: Trap-Neuter-Return or Trap-Euthanize?” In Michael Appleby, Peter Sandøe and Dan Weary (eds) Dilemmas in Animal Welfare. Wallingford: CABI International. 2014 pp.148-168.
Peter Sandøe (lead author) Sandra Corr and Clare Palmer. “Fat Companions: understanding canine and feline obesity and its effects on welfare.” In Michael Appleby, Peter Sandøe and Dan Weary (eds) Dilemmas in Animal Welfare. Wallingford: CABI International. 2014 pp.28-45.
“Contested Frameworks in Environmental Ethics.” In Rozzi, R., S.T.A. Pickett, C. Palmer, J.J. Armesto & J.B. Callicott, eds. Linking Ecology and Ethics for a Changing World: Values, Philosophy, and Action. Dordrecht: Springer. 2014 pp.191-206.
• Reprinted as Chapter 1 of Pojman, Pojman & McShane. Environmental Ethics in Theory and Application, 7th edition pp.14-25 2016.
“The concept of global warming.” In Key and contested concepts in intercultural discourse Minou Friele, Monika Kirloskar-Steinbach and Gita Dharampal-Frick (eds). Alber Verlag: Freiburg. 2012 pp.347-354.
Wylie Carr, Ashley Mercer and Clare Palmer. “The Ethics of Solar Radiation Management.” In Christopher Preston (ed) Engineering the Climate: The ethics of solar radiation management. Lexington Books. 2012 pp.169-186.
“Can – and should – we make reparation to nature?” In The Environment: Philosophy, Science, Ethics. William P. Kabasenche, Michael O’Rourke and Matthew Slater (eds) MIT Press 2012 pp. 201-222.
Clare Palmer and Peter Sandøe. “Animal Ethics.” In Animal Welfare (2nd edition) Michael Appleby, Barry Hughes, Joy Mench and Anna Ollson (eds) Wallingford: CABI International, 2011 pp.1-12.
“Does nature matter? The place of the non-human in the ethics of climate change.” In The Ethics of Global Climate Change. Denis Arnold (ed.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011 pp. 272-291.
• To be translated into French and reprinted in Philosophie du changement climatique edited by Michel Bourban, Lisa Broussois, Augustin Fragnière (Vrin, 2020).
“Attfield and Animals: Capacities and Relations in Attfield’s Environmental Ethics.” In Creation, Environment and Ethics (Fechshrift in honor of Robin Attfield.) Rebekah Humphries and Sophie Vlacos (eds). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2011, pp. 105-120. (With a response by Robin Attfield, pp.120-128.)
“Le contrat domestique” (French translation by Hicham-Stéphane Afeissa). In Hicham-Stéphane Afeissa et Jean-Baptsite Jeangène Vilmer (eds), Philosophie animale. Différence, éthique et communauté, Paris,
Vrin, 2010 pp.333-373.
“Why Study Environmental Ethics?” Environmental Ethics: The Big Questions David Keller (ed.) Oxford: Blackwell 2010 pp. 41-43.
“Environmental Ethics and Agricultural Intensification.” In The Ethics of Intensification: Agricultural Development and Cultural Change. Paul Thompson (ed.) Springer-Verlag 2008 pp. 131-148.
“Wainwright, The English Lakes and an ethics of care”. In Arntzen, S. and Brady, E., (eds) Humans in the Land: The Aesthetics and Ethics of the Cultural Landscape. Oslo Academic Press/Unipub. 2008 pp.101-120.
“Introduction to Animal Rights.” In Clare Palmer (ed.) Animal Rights. Ashgate International Library of Essays on Rights. Aldershot: Ashgate. 2008 pp.xiii-xxxi.
“Rethinking Animal Ethics in Appropriate Context: How Rolston’s Work Can Help.” In Nature, Value Duty: Life on Earth with Holmes Rolston, III [Festshrift in honor of Holmes Rolston] Christopher J. Preston & Wayne Ouderkirk (eds). Dordrecht: Springer-Verlag, 2006, pp. 183-200.
“Teaching Environmental Ethics?” In Teaching Environmental Ethics, Clare Palmer (ed.) Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2006, pp.1-12.
“Killing Animals in Animal Shelters.” In Killing Animals, The Animal Studies Group (eds). Champaign Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2006 pp.170-187. Refereed.
• Reprinted in The Animal Ethics Reader (2nd ed.) Susan Armstrong and Richard Botzler (eds). New York, Routledge. 2008 pp. 570-578. Reprinted in forthcoming 3rd ed. 2016.
“Philosophy and Sustainability.” In The Sustainability Curriculum: The Challenge for Higher Education. Cedric Cullingford and John Blewitt (eds). London: Earthscan, 2004 pp. 232-245.
“Animality in Foucault’s Madness and Civilization.” In Animal Philosophy: Essential Writings in Theory & Culture, Matt Calarco and Peter Atterton (eds) London and New York: Continuum Press, 2004, pp.72-84.
Clare Palmer and Francis O’Gorman. “Fox-hunting, Power and Ethics.” In Moral and Political Reasoning in Environmental Practice. Andrew Light and Avner de-Shalit (eds) Cambridge: MIT Press, 2004, pp. 281-294.
“An Overview of Environmental Ethics” in Environmental Ethics. Holmes Rolston and Andrew Light (eds). Oxford: Blackwell, 2002, pp. 15-37.
• Reprinted in Environmental Ethics (6th ed.) Paul Pojman and Louis Pojman (eds). Wadsworth 2011.
“Quantum Physics, “Postmodern Scientific Worldview” and Callicott’s Environmental Ethics” in Land, Value, Community: Callicott and Environmental Philosophy. Wayne Ouderkirk and J. Hill (eds). Albany: State University of New York Press, 2002 pp. 171-184.
“Stewardship: A Case Study in Environmental Ethics” in Ball, Goodall, Palmer, Reader (eds). The Earth Beneath. London: SPCK, 1992, pp. 67-87.
• Reprinted in Environmental Stewardship: Critical Perspectives, Past and Present. R. J. Berry (ed.). (Edinburgh: T & T Clark 2006.)