June 2013 Aesth/Ethics in Environmental Change, Hiking through the arts, ecology, religion and ethics of the environment, Sigurd Bergmann, Irmgard Blindow, Konrad Ott (Eds.) ” Can aesthetics and ethics be integrated for the good of habitats, places and spaces? How can arts widen our perception of nature and deepen environmental ethics? Should the political meaning of… Continue reading Aesthetics and ethics in Environmental Change
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July 5-6, 2013, The 4th Annual Healing Walk near Fort McMurray Alberta (Canada) A DIFFERENT WAY TO PROTECT OUR LAND, AIR, WATER AND CLIMATE FROM TAR SANDS EXPANSION Over the past decade First Nations communities, non-native communities, scientists, politicians, and others are recognizing that the expansion of the tar sands is betraying the human responsibility to… Continue reading Healing Walk!
Conference “Narratives and Building Environmental Responsibility ”
Monday 4 June 2012 – UNESCO House (Paris) The conference is organized in the framework of UNESCO’s activities aimed at fostering debate on the ethics of global environmental change and of science and technology, and at promoting philosophical thinking to elaborate modern paradigms of sustainable human development. One of the founders of environmental ethics and… Continue reading Conference “Narratives and Building Environmental Responsibility ”