Philosophy and the Climate Crisis

June 11, 2021 - June 12, 2021

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Sponsor(s):

  • Philosophers for Sustainability
  • Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium

Selected speakers:

Colorado College
Georgetown University
Michigan State University
Yale-NUS College

Organisers:

Harvard University
Temple University

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This conference aims to combine theoretical research presentations with discussions of academic practice and institutional organization, while modeling innovation in e-conferencing format. Our main themes are:

(I)            Moral and political responses to climate change: challenges pertaining to climate justice, inequality, indigenous rights, migration, individual responsibility, responses to disaster and emergency

(II)          The role and responsibility of philosophers in research, teaching and course design, service, and in the public domain: effective teaching about climate change, sustainable practices within philosophy, public philosophy, and the role of philosophers in on- and off-campus advocacy

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May 31, 2021, 5:00pm EST

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#Climate change, #Philosophers for Sustainability, #Sustainability