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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

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"


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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