The Center for Humans and Nature has just launched a new website for fellow academics and the naturally curious to explore the relationships between people and nature. The center partners with some of the brightest minds in ethical thinking to explore humans and nature relationships, bringing together philosophers, biologists, ecologists, lawyers, political scientists, anthropologists, and economists to think creatively about how people can make better decisions — in relationship with each other and the rest of nature.
The Center for Humans and Nature connects people with ideas through big Questions, ongoing Projects, our journal Minding Nature, and special events. With the Center’s network of Senior Scholars, Contributors, and Fellows, we’re working to foster a culture that puts ethical thinking at the core of decision-making.
Across the world, people are striving for fairer and resilient economies, truly democratic cultures, and healthy, thriving communities. The Center offers ideas on how transforming humanity’s relationship with nature can inform our responses to these interconnected challenges.
The Center for Humans and Nature invites fellow thinkers of all backgrounds to this new online community for the naturally curious to explore big ideas and share your thoughts. HumansAndNature.org: Asking questions, inspiring change. Think here.