Closed – Language of Conservation

Cervantes and Velasquez Conference Room and the adjoining patio area

Two colleagues talking to each otherPlease note this event is now closed due to capacity. Check back often, or stop by on Saturday, in case more spots open up. Be sure to grab your lunch and head over to the Humanities Mix & Mingle later in the day (register here) to rejoin your fellow alumni.

Daniel Guevara (Philosophy) and Claudio Campagna (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and Wildlife Conservation Society) assert that we need to radically rethink the meaning of conservation. “Sustainable Development” is a failed term, and as a result, the crisis of conservation is fundamentally a philosophical crisis with real-world implications. Their goal is to give a compelling and rigorous voice to an authentic ethical concern for Nature. Light refreshments and coffee will be served.

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