Climate Ethics Conference: Philosopher Chrisoula Andreou on how procrastination can interfere with our environmental intentions

2011-09-07 by

Philosopher Chrisoula Andreou studies how humans make decisions. She says that even if we could all agree on how to stem climate change, our own individual actions might be hard for us to complete, procrastination being the culprit.

Andreou is one of four philosophers on the symposium panel Sept. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in LIB 307, answering the question: How should we think about climate change? The event is free and open to the public.

This phone interview was recorded Sept. 5, 2011.



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Climate Ethics Works in Progress Conference Sept. 8-9, 2011
Conference website
Green & Gold News
Conference story
Philosopher Chrisoula Andreou
Bio page, University of Utah

Climate Ethics Conference: Philosopher Bryan Norton on devising an environmental decision-making process that brings all interests to the table

2011-09-07 by

Philosopher Bryan Norton has been studying sustainability for decades. His concern for the well-being of future generations led him to build upon Aldo Leopold’s ecosystem perspective. What we need to sustain our planet, he says, is a decision-making process that accommodates ALL values—human, environmental and economic.

Norton is one of four philosophers on the symposium panel Sept. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in LIB 307, answering the question: How should we think about climate change?

This phone interview was recorded Sept. 5, 2011.



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For More Information:

Climate Change Works-In-Progress Conference Sept. 8-9, 2011
Conference website
Green & Gold News
Conference story
Philosopher Bryan Norton
Bio page, Georgia Institute of Technology

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