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From July 22-25, 2015 the annual conference of the International Society for Environmental Ethics (ISEE) will take place at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel (CAU), Germany with the theme “Environmental Ethics Between Action and Reflection”. Continue reading
The Summer 2015 edition (v. 25, n. 2) of the ISEE Newsletter is now available. Continue reading
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
LOCATION: Kiel University, Germany
DATE: July 22-25, 2015
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Darrel Moellendorf (Goethe University) Clare Palmer (Texas A&M University), Thomas Potthast (Tübingen University), Alan Warde (University of Manchester) 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
By Philip Cafaro Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.philipcafaro.com/ Phil writes on environmental ethics, consumption and population policy, and biodiversity preservation. He is the author of Thoreau’s Living Ethics, and recently co-edited Life on the Brink: Environmentalists Confront Population Growth.
Published June 26, 2015
There is a lot to chew on in the Pope’s encyclical released today, LAUDATO SI’, ON CARE FOR OUR COMMON HOME. Having just finished the first chapter (of six), I’d like to call your attention to several particularly intriguing paragraphs below. Continue reading