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Questions for a Resilient Future | New York

Tuesday, October 14th | 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Questions for a Resilient Future
New York City
October 14, 2014


Join us for an evening of fascinating dialogue exploring the questions: How far should we go to bring back lost species? and Mind and morality: where do they meet?

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

RSVP subject "New York" TO INFO@HUMANSANDNATURE.ORG

4:00 pm

Welcome by Ana Porzecanski, Director of the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, American Museum of Natural History

Welcome and introductions by
Millie Solomon, President,
The Hastings Center

How far should we go to bring back lost species?
Ben Minteer, Arizona Zoological Society Chair, Arizona State University
Harry W. Greene, Professor and Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow, Cornell University

Roundtable discussion with Ben Minteer, Harry Greene, and Eleanor Sterling, Chief Conservation Scientist, Center for Biodiversity and Conservation at the American Museum of Natural History, moderated by Brooke Hecht, President, Center for Humans and Nature

Following the discussion there will be a brief intermission with light refreshments.


6:15 pm 

Welcome and introductions by Ceara Donnelley, Vice Chair of the board, Center for Humans and Nature

Mind and morality: where do they meet?
Michael McCullough, Professor of Psychology, University of Miami
Arthur Zajonc, President, Mind & Life Institute

Roundtable discussion with Arthur Zajonc and Michael McCullough, moderated by Krista Tippett, creator and host of radio show/podcast, On Being
 


A partnership of the Center for Humans and Nature, the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation at the American Museum of Natural History, The Hastings Center, and On Being.
With thanks to the John Templeton Foundation for generous support of our mind and morality series. The opinions put forth in the mind and morality series are those of the scholars and do not necessarily reflect the views of the John Templeton Foundation.



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