An open access, peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal exploring all aspects of the relationship between human numbers and environmental issues.

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Editorial introduction Vol. 4, No. 1.

Editorial introduction

Vol. 4, No. 1. - Special issue: biodiversity

David Samways

First online: 3 December 2019

A tale of two islands

Invited article

A tale of two islands. The reality of large-scale extinction in the early stages of the Anthropocene: a lack of awareness and appropriate action.

Fred Naggs

First online: 3 December 2019

Bioproportionality: a necessary norm for conservation?

Invited article

Bioproportionality: a necessary norm for conservation?

Freya Mathews

First online: 3 December 2019

Could humanity’s hoofprint overwhelm nature?

Opinion

Could humanity’s hoofprint overwhelm nature?

Philip Lymbery

First online: 3 December 2019

The potential environmental impacts of EU immigration policy

Peer reviewed article

The potential environmental impacts of EU immigration policy: future population numbers, greenhouse gas emissions and biodiversity preservation.

Philip Cafaro and Frank Götmark

First online: 3 December 2019