Explore the rich connections between ethics and nature at this annual public event.
We invite you to connect with ideas from a growing community of thinkers and join the dialogue:
Reflect on thought-provoking Questions that challenge assumptions about nature and humanity’s place within it.
Examine Projects that apply ethical thinking to some of today’s most pressing issues – from planning for infrastructure to developing a truly sustainable economy.
Review Minding Nature, a tri-annual digital journal offering in-depth articles exploring conservation values and the practice of democratic ecological citizenship.
Check out our Blog. An extension of our City Creatures project, this blog explores how cities can be remarkable places that offer opportunities for connection, and transformation, with other species and with one another.
Add your voice to the conversation by weighing in with fellow thinkers on our Questions, nominating a Senior Scholar or Question, or responding to our Blog.
In this issue • A humbling visit to Española Island in the Galapagos archipelago leads to a probing argument about the true responsibilities of human beings and the rights of Nature • Robin Kimmerer asks, What can I give in return for the gifts of the Earth? We need the answers, but we also need to listen and learn how to even ask the question in the first place...