My primary research interests are developing urban environmental ethics, comparative environmental philosophy, and sustainability discourse at the intersection of technology and values. I incorporate post-colonial, environmental ethics, critical race theory and feminist critiques into my teaching and research.
Poole, A. Education as a Driver of Extinction of Experience or Conservation of Biocultural Heritage (Chapter 15), in Ecology and Ethics, Vol. 5, Ricardo Rozzi et al. (Eds): Field Environmental Philosophy. Volume 4 Ecology and Ethics Series, eds. R. Rozzi, S.T.A. Pickett, C. Palmer, J.J. Armesto, J.B. Callicott. Netherlands: Springer, Forthcoming.
Tauro, A., Ojeda, J., Caviness, T., Moses, K.P., Moreno-Terrazas, R., Wright, T., Zhu, D., Poole, A.K., Massardo, F. and Rozzi, R., 2021. Field environmental philosophy: a biocultural ethic approach to education and ecotourism for sustainability. Sustainability, 13(8) https://doi.org/10.3390/su13084526
Rozzi, R., Massardo, F. and Poole, A., The “3Hs”(Habitats, Habits, co-in-Habitants) of the Biocultural Ethic: A “philosophical lens” to address global changes in the Anthropocene. Global Changes: Ethics, Politics and Environment in the Contemporary Technological World, 2020. pp.153-170.
Poole, A. “Environmental Philosophy and the City,” Meagher, Sharon M., Samantha Noll, and Joseph S. Biehl. The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of the City. Routledge, 2019. pp. 335-352.