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I'm reviewing your article as part of the article creating process for Anthropology of Environment and Society at Mount Allison University. I think the Modern History section added a lot of important contemporary information on environmental philosophy, but it would be interesting to find out about more environmental philosophers and more dates of events in the history of environmental philosophy. I'm not sure why contemporary issues with the environment have their own section as you could just link to the main article of List of environmental issues or have them in a paragraph (or lead section) rather than bullet pointing well-known environmental issues. Also, the list of main issues in the lead section might fit better in an added section to the article. The additions seem well referenced and the content neutral. The article has been very well improved. Chaoticallyc (talk) 16:24, 20 November 2012 (UTC)
Might want to explain the picture. Also might want to work on quotation format (if the lists are quotations). You could discuss / explain the history of this philosophy a bit more too. Srorourke (talk) 16:01, 20 November 2012 (UTC)
Wonderfully written article! Very informative and strives for a neutral point of view. Also there is a very interesting choice of image, you might want to elaborate on its relevance in the caption, but environmental art is definitely something involved in envoronmental philosophy. You might also want to involve some other perspectives and arguments that counter deep ecology (eg shallow ecology, the historical western man vs. nature view, religious philosophies on nature). Rllegge (talk) 16:13, 20 November 2012 (UTC)