Questions for a Sustainable Future
Can we create the future we seek by changing our relationship with nature? Explore the possibilities at Questions for a Sustainable Future, a fascinating afternoon of dialogue tackling the "big questions" that challenge our society today - and could change our future.
Hosted by the Center for Humans & Nature and the American Museum of Natural History, the event features diverse perspectives from some of the brightest thinkers of our time to explore humanity's relationship with the world:
"WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE HUMAN?"
*David Sloan Wilson
SUNY Distinguished Professor, Departments of Biology and Anthropology, Binghamton University.
"TO BUILD OR NOT TO BUILD A ROAD...HOW DO WE HONOR THE LANDSCAPE?"
Associate Professor, School of Urban and Regional Planning, Ryerson University, Toronto; and Visiting ASsociate Professor, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University
Professor of Philosophy, University of Toronto
*Panel Discussion with David Sloan Wilson, Nina-Marie Lister and Ingrid Stefanovic with moderator: Eleanor Sterling, Ph.D., Director, Center for BiodIversity & Conservation, American Museum of Natural History
"HOW DO YOU ENVISION A SUCCESSFUL ECONOMY WITHOUT CONTINUOUS ECONOMIC GROWTH?"
Pat and John Rosenwald Professor, Dartmouth College, and Editor-in-Chief, Ecological Economics
Professor in Environmental Studies, York University
*Panel discussion with Richard Howarth and Peter Victor with moderator: Brooke Hecht, Ph.D., President, Center fr Humans & Nature
American Museum of Natural History (View)
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