2 Day Conference, 23-24 November 2017 – Brisbane
Everyone’s invited to join us for a thought provoking two day conference in Brisbane, on Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th November 2017. This conference will bring together people from a range of fields – including environmental education, ethics, environmental psychology, indigenous knowledge systems, the arts, deep ecology, science, business and law – to address a central question: how do we inspire and build Earth ethics in Australian society?
A major output from the conference will be a published, edited collection of papers aimed at enabling change makers to understand how best to stimulate and support Earth ethics in modern society.
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- The Call for Conference Proposals is now open and will close on 30 June 2017
- Successful proposals will be selected by the end of July 2017
- Registration will open in April 2017
- Conference will be hosted Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th November 2017
- Conference Dinner will be held on the evening of Thursday 23rd November 2017
Climate change and the global ecological crisis are forcing human societies to face ever increasing environmental and psychological challenges. We need highly engaged communities if we are to address these challenges and begin to realise new and exciting alternatives to create a sustainable future in a climate changed world.
This conference explores a central question: how can we nurture Earth centred ethics and action in present and future generations? After decades of environmental education, are we seeing an increase in eco-literacy among Australian citizens, or do we need to create new pathways to inspire Earth ethics? What role can eco-spirituality, eco-psychology and the arts play in inspiring practical responses to care for the Earth? How can non-indigenous cultures learn from First Nations Peoples laws and culture? Join us for an important discussion about environmental education, eco-spirituality, Earth ethics and the role of the human spirit in building a brighter future.
This conference is brought to you by the Australian Earth Laws Alliance (AELA) in partnership with the Griffith Interfaith and Cultural Dialogue Centre, Earth Charter Initiative (International and Australia), WiseEarth Education and Earthlink.
Conference Committee includes:
- Dr Michelle Maloney, AELA
- Julia Grieves, AELA
- Adjunct Professor Noel Preston, Griffith University
- Dr Brian Adams, Centre for Interfaith and Cultural Dialogue, Griffith University
- Emma Brindal, WiseEarth Education
- Mary Tinney, Earthlink
- Australian Earth Laws Alliance
- Centre for Interfaith and Cultural Dialogue, Griffith University
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