Ecological Civilization

Open Access  ISSN: 2957-4455 (Online);  2957-4447 (Print)

Ecological Civilization aims to be an international, peer-reviewed and open access journal that publishes theoretical, empirical, conceptual, and experimental studies in all aspects of ecological civilization.

 

Editor-in-Chief

Zhongmin  Zhang Prof. Zhongmin Zhang

1. Institute of Ecological Civilization, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, Wuhan, China; 

2. School of Law, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, Wuhan, China

Editorial Board

Article Open Access
The Sustainable Development Concept in the Polish Legal Space from a Legal-Dogmatic Perspective
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10001; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2024.10001
  • Maria Magdalena Kenig-Witkowska   Check
     18 Feb 2024

    The sustainable development concept is of crucial importance for the socioeconomic development processes, not only at the international community leve...

    Article Open Access
    The Role of Liability Regime in Addressing Historical Contaminated Land Problems: A Comparative Perspective from England and China
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10006; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2023.10006
  • Mengyu Cui   Mengxing Lu   Check
     15 Dec 2023

    This article conducts a comparative analysis of contaminated land regimes in China and England, focusing on their development, liability attribution, ...

    Article Open Access
    From Olive Branch to Olive Tree—Global Green Demilitarization and Ecological Civilization
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10005; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2023.10005
  • Chris Coggins   Check
     30 Nov 2023

    In 2007, a report to the 17th National People’s Congress in Beijing introduced the concept of Ecological Civilization (EC) (Shēngtài Wénmíng ...

    Article Open Access
    The Priority of Nature-based over Engineered Negative Emission Technologies: Locating BECCS and DACCS within the Hierarchy of International Climate Law
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10004; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2023.10004
  • Philipp Günther   Felix Ekardt   Check
     01 Sep 2023

    Drastically reducing emissions is essential to achieve the Paris Agreement’s (PA) goal of keeping global temperature well below 2 °C, ideally at 1.5 °...

    Article Open Access
    Private Property and Public Commons: Narrowing the gap
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10002; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2023.10002
  • Klaus Bosselmann   Check
     22 May 2023

    Private property and public commons each represent strongly felt concepts of society but in very different ways. While the protection of private pro...

    Article Open Access
    Roots of (and Solutions to) our Ecological Crisis. A Humanistic Perspective
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10001; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2023.10001
  • Ryszard F. SADOWSKI   Check
     11 May 2023

    Research into the sources of contemporary ecological crisis as well as ways to overcome it has been conducted for several decades. Rich academic liter...

    Article Open Access
    Roots of (and Solutions to) our Ecological Crisis. A Humanistic Perspective
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10001; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2023.10001
  • Ryszard F. SADOWSKI   Check
     11 May 2023

    Research into the sources of contemporary ecological crisis as well as ways to overcome it has been conducted for several decades. Rich academic liter...

    Article Open Access
    Private Property and Public Commons: Narrowing the gap
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10002; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2023.10002
  • Klaus Bosselmann   Check
     22 May 2023

    Private property and public commons each represent strongly felt concepts of society but in very different ways. While the protection of private pro...

    Article Open Access
    The Priority of Nature-based over Engineered Negative Emission Technologies: Locating BECCS and DACCS within the Hierarchy of International Climate Law
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10004; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2023.10004
  • Philipp Günther   Felix Ekardt   Check
     01 Sep 2023

    Drastically reducing emissions is essential to achieve the Paris Agreement’s (PA) goal of keeping global temperature well below 2 °C, ideally at 1.5 °...

    Article Open Access
    From Olive Branch to Olive Tree—Global Green Demilitarization and Ecological Civilization
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10005; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2023.10005
  • Chris Coggins   Check
     30 Nov 2023

    In 2007, a report to the 17th National People’s Congress in Beijing introduced the concept of Ecological Civilization (EC) (Shēngtài Wénmíng ...

    Article Open Access
    The Role of Liability Regime in Addressing Historical Contaminated Land Problems: A Comparative Perspective from England and China
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10006; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2023.10006
  • Mengyu Cui   Mengxing Lu   Check
     15 Dec 2023

    This article conducts a comparative analysis of contaminated land regimes in China and England, focusing on their development, liability attribution, ...

    Article Open Access
    The Sustainable Development Concept in the Polish Legal Space from a Legal-Dogmatic Perspective
  • Ecological Civilization 2024, 1(1), 10001; https://doi.org/10.35534/ecolciviliz.2024.10001
  • Maria Magdalena Kenig-Witkowska   Check
     18 Feb 2024

    The sustainable development concept is of crucial importance for the socioeconomic development processes, not only at the international community leve...