As you know, we originally planned to have a face-to-face conference in Edmonton, Canada. We received significantly fewer than usual submissions for the conference, so the Executive Committee has decided to hold two half-day virtual workshops in June. We are excited about the sessions we have put together and hope you will make every effort to join us. You can find further information here: https://environmentalphilosophy.org/2022-workshops/
The International Conference for the Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies (ESDIT) has a call for submissions due May 22. There are three tracks in particular that may be of interest for our group at the intersection between #philosophy of #technology and #environmental philosophy.
The Conference is October 6-7, 2022 Netherlands.
Track 7: The conceptual disruption of #nature by (SDTs)
Track 8: The technical #mimesis of nature
Track 9: The role of SDTs in #Climatechange and Climate recovery
Dear Members and Friends of IAEP, We are excited to open registration for the IAEP Annual Conference which will be virtual this year. The conference will take place online on Friday 9 October and Saturday 10 October. Although we are not charging a fee for this year’s conference, we are requiring that presenters and attendees register in advance. Only those who have preregistered will be granted access to the conference. Please go here to register: https://forms.gle/4HoNgG4VmzbYRMD6A
Please note that after October 1, you will receive a copy of the program via e-mail with links to all of the papers that will be presented so that you can read papers in advance of the sessions you are interested in. Presenters will be limited to 10 minute overviews of their papers with the bulk of each session dedicated to discussion.
We will have Zoom rooms available for each session and participants will be able to move between Zoom rooms. We will also have an “atrium” room available for “coffee breaks” where participants can interact with one another. There will be a BYOB virtual reception on Friday evening with multiple Zoom rooms available for people to circulate and visit with one another.
We are looking forward to seeing you and engaging with this new format for the conference.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to either of us should you have any questions about the conference.
Please follow the link below to find the CFP for the Elusive Conversations Symposium at Michigan State University, focusing on the connection between environmental philosophy and environmental governance. The CFP deadline is January 1, 2020, and the symposium itself will take place from April 2-3, 2020. You may find the full CFP at: http://www.philosophy.msu.edu/files/2315/7316/8121/Elusive_Conversations_CFP.pdf