Probably the best single resource related to ecopsychology is the International Community for Ecopsychology
Here is some of my writing related to ecopsychology
Does ecopsychology need to be revisioned? Ecopsychology, 6, 2014, 10-11. PDF
Review of Right Relationship: Building a Whole Earth Economy by Peter G. Brown and Geoffrey Garver, with Keith Helmuth. Ecopsychology, 2, 2010, 259-260. PDF
Ecopsychology: Where does it fit in psychology in 2009? PDF. In Trumpeter, Volume 24, Number 3 (2008), 68-85.
Follow-up of 11 years of landholder contact in the Cowichan Region, 2005. PDF
We’ve Endorsed the Earth Charter, Now What? PDF Canadian Friend, 2005, #5, 20.
Learning to Love the World PDF Canadian Friend, 2005, #5, 14-15.
The Earth Charter: A manifesto for the 21st Century. PDF Canadian Dimension, volume 38, March/April 2004, 39-40.
Applied Ecopsychology: The Unusual Language of Michael J. Cohen. PDF. In Trumpeter, Volume 19, Number 2 (2003), 59-68.
Land Stewardship and the Earth Charter. Paper presented at The Leading Edge: Stewardship and Conservation in Canada, July, 2003. PDF
Health Notes: Connecting with Nature. PDF EnCompass, Volume 5, Number 4, May/June 2001
Building an Organic Left. PDF Canadian Dimension, Volume 35, May/June 2001
Three landholder contact programs in British Columbia. Paper presented at the 8th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Bellingham, WA, June 2000. PDF
Short articles in the online journal Gatherings: Seeking Ecopsychology:
Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom: A history of ecopsychology
Chief Seattle, er, Professor Perry speaks: Inventing indigenous solutions to the environmental problem
Caring for the Land
Gatherings, November, 2000 (editor)
A web conversation about LowTide
Is it Ever Too Late? The rescue of Tower Hill
ICE Conversation about Gardening, Farmer’s Markets and “Making Things”
Why would anyone go to jail to save trees?
Have a Carfree day
Pilgrims at Grizzly Creek
Ecopsychotherapy ~ A review of two books
The Whispering Pond: A personal guide to the emerging vision of science
Community and Connection: Two books reviewed
Magical Realism comes to Ecopsychology
Life as a Cruise
Art and Money – Desire and Need
The Road to Extinction is Paved…
Communing with Nature: a guidebook for enhancing your relationship with the living earth
Finding Darwin’s God
Super, Natural Christians