Contains the keyword Nature

Cheng, C. -ying (2004).  Dimensions of the Dao and Onto-Ethics in Light of the DDJ. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 31(2), 143. Abstract
Goulding, J. (2007).  New Ways toward Sino-Western Philosophical Dialogues. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 34(1), 99. Abstract
Grange, J., Cheng C. -ying, & Grange J. (2002).  An Irish Tao [Un tao irlandais]. Tao and God. 29(1), 21.
Manickam, T. (2001).  Ecosophy: - Toward a New Vision of Human Life. Divyadaan: - Journal of Philosophy and Education. 12(2), 227.
Mou, B. (2006).  Truth Pursuit and 'Dao' Pursuit: - From Davidson's Approach to Classical Daoist Approach in View of the Thesis of Truth As Strategic Normative Goal. Davidson's Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy: - Constructive Engagement (Philosophy of History and Culture, Volume 23); - Mou, Bo.(. 309. Abstract
Parkes, G. (2003).  Lao-Zhuang and Heidegger on Nature and Technology. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 30(1), 19.
Tsai, Y. (2008).  Tao {Yuan-Ming's} World of Life and Death. {(Chinese)}. Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies. 38, 327–351. Abstract
Wee, C. (2009).  Mencius and the Natural Environment.. Environmental Ethics. 31(4), 359 - 374. Abstract
Lee, S. - C. (2012).  Is Death Necessarily Harmful? Some Reflections from a Daoist Perspective. Death and Anti-Death, Volume 10: Ten Years after John Rawls (1921-2002). 16 - 130. Abstract
Qiu, P. (2001).  Onitsura's makoto and the Daoist concept of the natural. Philosophy East and West. 51(2), 232 - 246.
Chan, J. (2009).  Ecosystem Sustainability: A Daoist Perspective. Value Inquiry Book Series~~205Environmental Ethics: Intercultural Perspectives. 13 - 145.
Kohn, L. (2009).  Healing and the Earth: Daoist Cultivation in Comparative Perspective. Value Inquiry Book Series~~205Environmental Ethics: Intercultural Perspectives. 22 - 168.