If you are interested in joining us, please do not hesitate to contact us! We are looking forward to hearing from you!

For linguistic convenience, we choose to arrange the list of our members by country (or region) of affiliation. We list here only a few selected publications that reflect the expertise of the author.

If your country does not yet appear here, it means that we have no contact yet, so you could be the first to contribute to start the bridge! Please contact us!


  • Hadje C. Sadje. Expertise: Environmental Activism


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  •  Shan Gao. Department of Philosophy, Soochow University. Expertise: Environmental Aesthetic, Zhuang Zi.
  • Yang CHEN. Hangzhou Normal University, China. Chinese Society for Environmental Philosophy (中国自然辩证法研究会环境哲学专业委员会, literally translation: Environmental Philosophy Professional Committee of the Chinese Society for Dialectics of Nature). Expertise: Environmental Ethics, History and Philosophy of Ecology
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  • Hari Narayanan. IIT Jodhpur. Expertise: Philosophy of Mind, Mindfulness
    • “Voice in the Head: The Road Ahead” in Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research.
    • “Freedom, Responsibility and Jurisprudence”, Balkan Journal of Philosophy, Vol. Vol 10 Issue 1 , pp 55-62, 2018


  • Motohiro Kumasaka 熊坂 元大. Tokushima University. Expertise: Comparative environmental Ethics, Environmental virtue ethics, Social ecology
  • Laÿna Droz (Network coordinator). Kyoto University, Kyoto. Expertise: Global environmental ethics, Environmental policy, Milieu studies.
    • Droz, L. 2018, Watsuji’s Idea of Self and the Problem of Spatial Distance in Environmental Ethics, European Journal of Japanese Philosophy, Vol. 3., pp.145-168.
    • Droz, L. 2018, Cross-cultural Environmental Ethics and Activism in Japan and Taiwan, Proceedings of the International Conference on Multicultural Democracy, May 10th– 13th 2018, Fukuoka, Japan, pp.281-292.
  • Theeravee Jitmahanirun. Kyoto University, Japan. Expertise: Chinese and Japanese philosophy, Eastern metaphysics
  • Hatsue Koizumi. Minamata Disease Museum, Japan. Expertise: Environmental activism
  • Roman Pașca. Kyoto University, Japan. Expertise: Japanese premodern philosophy, philosophy of nature
  • Lehel Balogh. Hokkaido University, Japan. Expertise: Comparative Philosophy and Ethics

South Korea

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  • Dr. David R. Goyes. University of Oslo, Norway. Expertise: Green Southern Criminology

The Philippines

  • Mira Reyes. University of Pardubice Centre for Ethics, Czech Republic. Expertise: Animal Ethics
  • Jon Neil. Philippines. Expertise: Environmental activism and environmental philosophy
  • Dr. Noel S. Parinas, LPT, PhB, MAPh, PhD, JD, LtCol(Res). Benguet State University Philippines. Expertise: Philosophy of Logic, Philosophy of Education, Ethics
  • Cris T. Zita, SMRIEdr. CHRIST – DJAPMNHS, Philippines. Expertise: Education / Nature / Gardening
  • Joyce Cabiao. DepEd, Philippines. Expertise: Bioethics
  • John Paul L. Copo. San Beda College – Alabang Expertise: Continental and Analytic Philosophy
  • Jerry D. Imbong. Visayas State University. Expertise: Marxist ecology, environmental philosophy, peace studies
  • Concordia Marie Andres Lagasca-Hiloma. Mapúa University; University of the Philippines, Philippines. Expertise: Ethics, Bioethics, Environmental Ethics, Philosophy of Science and Technology, Technology Ethics
  • Dr. Noel S. Pariñas, Department of Education, Philippines. Expertise: Philosophy of Logic, Philosophy of Education, Ethics.
  • Jeffrey L. Bartilet, PhD. Polytechnic University of the Philippines. Expertise: Peter Kropotkin, Murray Bookchin, Asian Environmental Thought

United Arab Emirates

  • Arianne Conty. American University of Sharjah. Expertise: Philosophy of nature; the Anthropocene; environmental philosophy; animism and nature; asian philosophy and nature.
    • 2019 “Religion in the Anthropocene” in the Journal Environmental Values, forthcoming.
    • 2018 “The Politics of Nature: New Materialist Responses to the Anthropocene” in the Journal Theory, Culture & Society, Volume 35 (7-8): 73-96.
    • 2017 “How to Differentiate a Macintosh from a Mongoose: Technological and Political Agency in the Age of the Anthropocene” in Zwier/Lemmons/Blok/Winner (eds.), Special Issue of the journal Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, October: 1-24. ISSN: 1091-8264, DOI: 10.5840/techne2017102473.
    • 2016 “Who is to Interpret the Anthropocene? Nature and Culture in the Academy” in Dillet, Benoît (ed.) “GeoPower: A Strato-Analysis of the Anthropocene” Special Issue of the journal La Deleuziana, 4/April: 19-44. ISSN 2421-3098.

United States of America

  • Rika Tsuji. University of North Texas, the United States of America. Expertise: Philosophy for Children, Feminism, Public Philosophy, Biocultural Conservation
    • 2019 Under review, “Revisiting the Community of Philosophical Inquiry through the Lens of Arendt and Butler,” Precollege Philosophy and Public Practice.
    • 2019, “Kodomonotetsugaku, Citizenship-kyōiku no shitenkara” [A perspective from philosophy for children and citizenship education],” Kankyo Rinri [Environmental Ethics], 2, 106-113.
  • Ben Mylius. Columbia University, USA. Expertise: environmental political theory, legal theory, environmental fiction



  • Nguyen Duy Hung. JNK, Vietnam, Senior Consultant. Expertise: Environmental Consulting & Research.

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