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Rabinowitz Environmental Ethics Symposium
WhenFriday, May 20, 2016, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Campus locationSavery Hall (SAV)
Campus roomSAV 408 & SAV 264
Event typesConferences
Event sponsorsProgram on Values in Society
Department of Philosophy
University of Washington
Description

Location: Savery Hall 264 & 408

Ben Rabinowitz Symposium in Environmental Ethics.

"Justice for the Future:  Climate Ethics, Resisting Domination, and Treating Young People as Equals"

Speakers:

Patrick Taylor Smith, National University of Singapore
Juliana Bidadanure, Stanford University
Pranay Sanklecha, University of Graz

Registration is limited, so please preregister at the following link if interested in attending: "Justice for the Future"

The schedule for the day's events is:

10:00 AM—Welcome and refreshments [Savery 408]

10:15-11:45AM—[Savery 408]

Pranay Sanklecha (University of Graz), “Climate Change and Distributive Justice: A Truly Splendid Isolation against Arguments from Incompatibility”

11:45 AM-1:00PM—Lunch Break

1:00-2:30PM—[Savery 264]

Patrick Taylor Smith (National University of Singapore), “Who May Geoengineer? Global Domination, Revolution, and Solar Radiation Management”

2:30-3:00PM—Break and Refreshments

3:30-5:30—[Colloquium, Savery 264]

Juliana Bidadanure (Stanford University), “Treating Young People as Equals: what does it mean?”

5:30-6:15—Reception [Philosophy Department, Savery 3rd floor]

Hosted by the Program on Values in Society and organized under Stephen Gardiner's Ben Rabinowitz Endowed Professorship in the Human Dimensions of the Environment.

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