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April 2016

For Our Common Home: Authors in Dialogue over Laudato Si’

April 1, 2016 - April 2, 2016
Claremont School of Theology, Butler 201, 1325 N. College Ave
Claremont, CA 91711 United States
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$29

Presenters are contributors to For Our Common Home: Process-Relational Responses to Laudato Si’ (Process Century Press, 2015). Topics include Commentary on and Reception of the Encyclical, Elements of an Integral Ecology, Multi-Faith and Multi-Cultural Responses, What Now?, and The Call Forward. Tickets are $29 per person and can be purchsed here: Speakers Friday, April 1, 2016 John B, Cobb, Jr. Co-Editor of For Our Common Home Brian Henning (skype), Stewardship and the Roots of the Ecological Crisis  Dan Dombrowski, A Liberal, Catholic Response Catherine…

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10th International Forum on Ecological Civilization

April 29, 2016 - April 30, 2016
Pitzer College Claremont, CA 91711 United States + Google Map

It is no secret that our planet is in crisis. When China marches toward modernization, it is facing many disturbing problems like the West did. Finding an alternative to the current form of modernization has become an urgent issue. How to create an ecological civilization? What are the political, social and economic implications of ecological civilization? How can China continue to develop economically without repeating the mistakes the West made? What kind of education an ecological civilization calls for? What…

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October 2016

Alternative Futures: Pathways Toward Ecological Civilization

October 28, 2016 - October 29, 2016
Claremont School of Theology, Butler 201, 1325 N. College Ave
Claremont, CA 91711 United States
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Free – $29

This interactive conference seeks to explore and inspire new "social imaginaries" through case studies that represent real alternatives in humanity's movement toward positive futures. In recent years, a new sub-genre of speculative fiction, called climate fiction (cli-fi), has captivated the public’s imagination, providing apocalyptic and dystopian stories about a future wrecked by climate change. Whether in the novels of Kim Stanley Robinson and Margaret Atwood or in films like The Day After Tomorrow or TV shows like The 100, the…

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November 2016

Toward Ecological Civilization panel at AAR Annual Meeting in San Antonio

November 20, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Alamo B (2nd Level) Marriott Riverwalk, 889 East Market Street
San Antonio, TX 78205 United States
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We take seriously former AAR President Laurie Zoloth’s call for the association to seriously consider its activities and professional development. In a dialogue facilitated by EcoCiv President Philip Clayton, this event will explore the roles of professional academic organizations and scholars of religion in analyzing what the minimal conditions for a sustainable mode of civilized human existence are on this planet. This conversation will attempt to display the work being done currently around the world and the concrete, practical steps…

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April 2017

The 11th International Forum on Ecological Civilization

April 28, 2017 @ 8:30 am - April 29, 2017 @ 6:30 pm
Claremont School of Theology, 1325 N College Ave
Claremont, CA 91711 United States
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It is no secret that both China and the world are facing many disturbing problems today. We are heading toward the ecological catastrophes. Finding an alternative to the current form of modernization has become an urgent issue. What is the root causes of the current crisis? What are the philosophical, political, economic, and cultural foundations of this crisis? How do we step out of this predicament and avoid the destruction of the earth? Are there alternatives to modern Western civilization…

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November 2017

Green Transition: Toward Ecological Civilization in Korea

November 7, 2017 @ 8:00 am - November 9, 2017 @ 12:00 pm

This fall, key leaders from Korea will gather in Claremont to collaborate with US leaders around the shared vision of an ecological civilization, and the steps needed to initiate the transition on a global scale. Participants represent leaders in national and local government, NGOs, universities, journalism, and religions. Each participant and key speaker brings a unique set of skills, experiences, and achievements, critical to ushering in a new ecological paradigm. Inspired and guided by the work of John B. Cobb, Jr. whose vision was at the heart of the 2015 Claremont conference “Seizing an Alternative: Toward an Ecological Civilization,” we will examine big ideas toward a new paradigm for the future and how this vision is already being actualized by scholars, activists, governments, and politicians, in Korea and beyond.

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April 2018

12th International Forum on Ecological Civilization

April 27, 2018 - April 28, 2018

The 12th International Forum on Ecological Civilization is hosted by the Institute for Postmodern Development in China (IPDC) and co-sponsored by EcoCiv. See the IPDC website for event information.

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October 2018

Civilizational Transition and the Role of the Cities

October 11, 2018

BACKGROUND Recently, Seoul citizens are suffering from a record-breaking heat wave and fine dust. The government regards the heat wave as one of the major disasters. Such a drastic climate change is happening all the cities around the world. Not only human dwelling but also habitats of plants and animals are greatly affected by climate change. Moreover, deep-sea fish, which seem to be irrelevant with human activities on earth, are threatened by micro-plastics. Since the Rio Earth Charter in 1992, the world has been engaging…

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International Conference for Ecozoic Culture

October 12, 2018 - October 14, 2018
Hotel Jijihyang, Paju Book City, South Korea, 524-3 문발리 교하읍
Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do Korea, Republic of
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Ecological Transformation on the Korean Peninsula and in East Asia

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International Forum on Ecological Urban Development and Regeneration

October 15, 2018
Dobong Forest Village Seoul, Korea, Republic of + Google Map

PURPOSE Korean society has been rapidly urbanized since 1960s. As more than 80% of Korean people are living in urban areas, South Korea is the highest urbanized country in the world. In particular, the four cities in the Northeast that have a long history as a residential area in Seoul have undergone urban decline (86.4% of urban decline exceeding 65.9% of the nation and 79.4% of Seoul average). Therefore, not only The urban regeneration projects that rebuild the citizens’ residential…

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