Michael Dominic Taylor
Caldecott, S. 2003. Trinity and creation: an Eckhartian perspective. Communio: International Catholic Review (Winter) 30(4): 696-714.
Caldecott, S. 1988 “Cosmology, Eschatology, Ecology.” Communio: International Catholic Review 15(3): 305-318.
Caldecott, S. 2003 . “Creation as a Call to Holiness.” Communio: International Catholic Review 30 (1): 161-167.
Martín, M.A., Martínez de Anguita, P; Velarde, M.D. 2005. How beauty and harmony lead to an ethical approach to nature. Conference Nature of Spaces: Art and Environment. Reykjavik.
Martin, M. A. Main research. 2005-2008. Analysis and ethics implications of the Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development Principles of the Council of Europe. Financed by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology reference number HUM06569.
Martínez de Anguita, P. (Editor and main author). 2008. El mundo entero es nuestro bosque. Política forestal y cooperación internacional. Yale Forestry School Publication series 108. New Haven. 582p. Republished in Spain by the Spanish Ministry of the Environment with the name “Política Forestal internacional”
Martínez de Anguita, P. Alonso. E. Martín, M.A. 2008. Economic, political and ethical integration in a common decision-making framework. Journal of Environmental Management. 88(1): 154-164.
Martínez de Anguita, P. Velarde, M.D. 2005. Descubrir el misterio: Propuestas para una educación ambiental. En José Andrés Gallego (Ed). Relativismo y convivencia: Paradigma cultura de nuestro tiempo. Universidad Católica de San Antonio. Murcia Pp 301-336.
Taylor, M. 2011. “Healing the rift? Christians and ecology.” Second Spring 14: 17-23.
Taylor, M. 2011. “Deeper Ecology: A Catholic Vision of the Person in Nature.” Communio International Catholic Review, 38:4, Winter 2011
Taylor, M. 2014. “Faith Is Obvious: A Catholic Apologetics of Creation.” Communio International Catholic Review, 41.1, Spring 2014: Apologetics.
Taylor, M. 2015 “Creation’s Order of Love: How (Not) to Read Laudato Sí”, ABC Australia, Religion and Ethics.
de Cendra J., ‘Distributional choices in EU climate change law and policy: towards a principled approach?, Kluwer Law International, Rijnland in Leiden, The Netherlands, January 2011.
de Cendra J., 2011, ‘EU climate change law and consumers’, European Journal of Consumer Law, Vol 1, 149-176.
de Cendra, 2012. ‘Linking planetary boundaries and overconsumption by individuals: a new frontier for (EU climate) law?, in S. Kingston, ‘Frontiers in European Environmental Governance’, Routledge, forthcoming.
Savino, Sister Damien Marie. February 2011. “Mapping the Boundaries Between Science and Faith.” Presentation for Crossroads Cultural Center, Houston; conference on “Reality, Reason, Freedom: At the Root of the Religious Quest.” With Dominic A, Aquila, Ph. D., VPAA, University of St. Thomas, Houston, and John C. McCarthy, Ph.D., Interim Dean, School of Philosophy, The Catholic University of America.
Savino, Sister Damien Marie. April 2010. “Nature, Soil, and God: Soils and the ‘Grammar of Nature.’” Presentation for World Catholicism Week, DePaul University. With James Montgomery, Dept. of Environmental Science and Studies, DePaul University, and Francisco Gearóid Ó Conaire, OFM, Executive Secretary of Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation Commission of the Union of Major Superiors and the International Union of Major Superiors.
Savino, Sister Damien Marie. October 2009. “St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Bonaventure on Creation: Comparing Their Wisdom.” Lecture for a conference entitled, “Renewing the Face of the Earth: The Church and the Order of Creation,” The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
Savino, Damien Marie. 2007. The Contemplative River: The Confluence Between People and Place in Ecological Restoration. VDM Verlag.
Savino, Damien Marie. Fall 2009. “Atheistic Science: The Only Option?” Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture. Vol. 12:4.