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Questions for a Resilient Future

Tuesday, October 8th | 3:00 pm

Mark your calendar! Our second Questions for a Resilient Future Conference will be held on October 8th at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

The Center for Humans and Nature together with the American Museum of Natural History, Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, invite you to a fascinating afternoon of dialogue tackling big questions that challenge humanity today—and that could change our future.  

Join us on October 8th in New York—and join the online conversation today.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Free and open to the public
Kaufmann Theater, 77th Street Entrance
American Museum of Natural History, New York


3:00 p.m.
Introductions and welcome, Eleanor Sterling of the American Museum of Natural History & Ceara Donnelley of the Center for Humans and Nature


3:15 pm
Robin Kimmerer

Distinguished Teaching Professor of Environmental Biology, SUNY
on What does Earth ask of us? 
Join our online conversation on an Earth ethic here.


3:30 pm
Carol Gould
Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Political Science, CUNY
on Can democracy in crisis deal with the climate crisis?  
Join our online conversation on democracy and climate here.


3:45 pm
Julianne Lutz Warren
Master Teacher, New York University
on How is nature critical to a 21st century urban ethic?  
Join our online conversation on nature and the city here. 


4:00 pm
Kathleen Dean Moore
Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Oregon State University
on What does Earth ask of us?  
Join our online conversation on an Earth ethic here. 


4:15 p.m.
A panel discussion with all four speakers, moderated by
Brooke Hecht, President, Center for Humans and Nature

Let us know you are coming!  RSVP to info@humansandnature.org

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