CONSERVATION IN NO MAN'S LAND

A COLLOQUIUM ON VALUES, SCIENCE AND THE CRISIS OF BIODIVERSITY

February 17, 2012

UC SANTA CRUZ

HUMANITIES 1, 210

SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 2012

9:00 – 5:00

Panelists

  • Daniel Guevara, UCSC Department of Philosophy
  • Claudio Campagna, Wildlife Conservation Society;UCSC Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • Ronnie Lipschutz, UCSC Politics Department
  • Daniel Press, UCSC Department of Environmental Studies

AGENDA

9:00   INTRODUCTORY REMARKS: Daniel Guevara

9:15   INTRODUCTORY REMARKS: CLAUDIO CAMPAGNA

9:30   ON THE PLACE OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS IN CONSERVATION       

 INTRODUCED AND MODERATED BY CLAUDIO CAMPAGNA

10:45  PUBLIC POLICY, SCIENCE AND VALUES IN CONSERVATION AND ENVIROMENTALISM 

 INTRODUCED AND MODERATED BY DANIEL PRESS

12:00  LUNCH

1:00   RIGHTS, PROPERTY AND OTHER KEY SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CONCEPTS IN CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTALISM

INTRODUCED AND MODERATED BY RONNIE LIPSCHUTZ

2:15  THE RELEVANCE OF PHILOSOPHY TO THE LANGUAGE AND FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF THE CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENTS

INTRODUCED AND MODERATED BY DANIEL GUEVARA

3:45  THE DIRECTION OF THE CONSERVATION MOVEMENT IN THE NEXT DECADE:

 WHAT IS IT LIKELY TO BE?

 WHAT SHOULD IT BE?

 

This event is open to the public and campus community.

Please email Professor Guevara at guevara@ucsc.edu if you plan to attend.

Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UC Santa Cruz