This is the official site of the International Society for Environmental Ethics. For more than 20 years ISEE has striven to advance research and education in the field of environmental ethics and philosophy, and to promote appropriate human use, respect, conservation, preservation, and understanding of the natural world. Here you’ll find a bevy of information including original articles, book reviews, and presentations, as well as information about events worldwide and links to other environmental ethics-related resources. To join the society or sign up for ISEE’s mailing list, visit the Quick Links section below.
Call for Papers The Thirteenth Annual Meeting on Environmental Philosophy June 29th – July 2nd, 2016 Pace University, New York City Theme: “Environmental Ethics and Economics: Values & Choices” Many academic disciplines have given voice to the pressing tensions between … Continue reading
The Fall 2015 edition (v. 25, n. 3) of the ISEE Newsletter is now available.
ISEE is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Holmes Rolston Early Career Prize. They are Toby Svoboda, an assistant professor at Fairlfield University, and Tyler Kasperbauer, a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Food and Resource Economics at … Continue reading
The membership year for the International Society for Environmental Ethics begins on Earth Day, April 22.
Please consider becoming a member of the Society. You can do so on the website. Continue reading
University of North Texas Department of Philosophy and Religion
The successful candidate should currently hold a tenured position at the rank of Professor.
Review of applications will begin on December 10th and continue until the search is closed. Continue reading
- CALL FOR ABSTRACTS – Climate Ethics & Economics Workshop, Frankfurt (Germany)
- CALL FOR PAPERS – Ethics in Progress
- CALL FOR PAPERS – NUSTEP 10th annual conference
- JOB – Postdoc, Knowledge Infrastructures for Environmental Justice, Drexel University
- CALL FOR PAPERS – International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics