PSUl Event Free to all: Four climate change & sustainably ethics events at Penn State, March 22-25

  • 22 Mar 2011
  • 25 Mar 2011
  • Penn State, University Park
The Penn State Institute On Energy and the Environment, the Rock Ethics Institute, the Program on Science, Technology, and Society, and The Penn State Center for Sustainability  are sponsoring four events between March 22nd and March 25 on sustainability and climate change ethics that are bringing to Penn State many world class experts on climate change and sustainability ethics. These programs will examine the state of the art on sustainability and climate change ethics.

These programs are free and open to the public.

"Global Ethics"

March 22, Noon–2:00 p.m.
Pasquerilla Spiritual Center, Garden Room

Public Talks by Robin Attfield, Cardiff University, and Nigel Dower, University of Aberdeen, with comments by Christian Becker and Donald Brown, Penn State

For more information:

"Eleven Domains of Climate Ethics:  Steps toward a Comprehensive Approach"
March 22, 5–7:00 p.m.
112 Forest Resources Building

Public Talk by Konrad Ott, University of Greifswald, followed by panel discussion with Robin Attfield, Cardiff University; Nigel Dower, University of Aberdeen; and Christian Becker, Donald Brown, Michael Mann, and Nancy Tuana, Penn State

For more information:

Sustainability Ethics Conference
March 23–25
Pasquerilla Spiritual Center

For more information, including list of speakers and full schedule of talks:

"Environmental Ethics within a Framework of Communicative Action"
March 25, 3:30 p.m.
267 Willard Building

Public Talk by Konrad Ott, University of Greifswald

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