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Conservation in No Man’s Land: A Colloquium on Values, Science, and the Crisis of Biodiversity
March 10, 2012 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Stevenson Fireside Lounge
UCSC Department of Philosophy
Wildlife Conservation Society
UCSC Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
UCSC Politics Department
UCSC Department of Environmental Studies
9:00 am Introductory Remarks: Daniel Guevara
9:15 am Introductory Remarks: Claudio Campagna
9:30 am On the Place of Science and Scientists in Conservation
Introduced and Moderated by Claudio Campagna
10:45 am Public Policy, Science and Values in Conservation and Environmentalism
Introduced and Moderated by Daniel Press
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Rights, Property and Other Key Social and Political Concepts in Conservation and Environmentalism
Introduced and Moderated by Ronnie Lipschutz
2:15 pm The Relevance of Philosophy to the Language and Fundamental Concepts of the Conservation and Environmental Movements
Introduced and Moderated by Daniel Guevara
3:45 pm 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 email@example.com if you plan to attend.
Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UC Santa Cruz