The Ecolinguistics Association is a network of 375 researchers from around the world who share ideas, opinions and articles about ecolinguistics. Ecolinguistics examines the influence of language on the life-sustaining relationships of humans with each other, with other organisms and with the natural environment. Research ranges from the impact of advertising discourse in encouraging ecologically damaging consumption to the power of nature poetry to encourage respect for the natural world. If you would like to join us then please click join in the top menu. The Association is convened by Arran Stibbe, University of Gloucestershire.
Book: Animals Erased: discourse, ecology and reconnection with the natural world
Members' profiles: introducing some of our members
Recently published: Ecolinguistics: language, ecology and the stories we live by. Arran Stibbe