Green Transition Toward Ecological Civilization: A Korea-US Dialogue November 7-9, 2017 Claremont Graduate University Claremont, California, USA 한국어 번역 Online Program Booklet Our world is facing an unprecedented threat. If we have any hope of averting the predicted consequences of the climate crisis, we need radical change and we need it now. Making minor adjustments that maintain
James Thornton is the founding CEO of ClientEarth. He is an environmental lawyer and social entrepreneur. A member of the bars of New York, California and the Supreme Court of the United States, and a solicitor of England and Wales, he moved from a Wall Street law practice to found the Citizens’ Enforcement Project at the
The Sustainable Development Goals and Laudato si’: varieties of Post-Development? by Wolfgang Sachs Abstract “Comparing the Agenda 2030 of the United Nations and the Laudato si’ by the Pope, both authored in 2015, one point stands out: the Development enthusiasm of the twentieth century is gone. In its place, we are now dealing with the demise of expansive modernity.
Green Transition: Toward Ecological Civilization in Korea Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 9:00 AM | Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) Claremont, CA | Claremont Our world is facing an unprecedented threat. If we have any hope of averting the predicted consequences of the climate crisis, we need radical change and we need it now. Making minor adjustments
This report by Herman Greene on the “Seizing an Alternative: Toward an Ecological Civilization Conference” held at Pomona College, Claremont, California, June 4-7, 2015, has four parts: (1) “The Story,” (2) What the Participants Said,” (3) “A Critical Review,” and (4) “The Outcome.” To download and read this report, please click here (PDF).
Professor Arran Gare has just published a significant analysis of ecological civilization, entitled The Philosophical Foundations of Ecological Civilization. In this interview he discusses the ways of thinking that humanity must leave behind in order to make the radical transition toward an ecological civilization. Dr. Gare also provides a compelling analysis of the core concepts that contribute
Post-capitalism has become the subject of much recent debate, spurred by publications from Jeremy Rifkin (2015), Paul Mason (2016), J. K. Gibson-Graham (2006), Left Accelerationists like Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams (2015), and members of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) and Degrowth communities. Though there is no uniform agreement among its proponents, post-capitalism seems generally characterized by a reemergence
David Brooks writes in the New York Times: “America has always been a divided, sprawling country, but for most of its history it was held together by a unifying national story. As I noted a couple of months ago, it was an Exodus story. It was the story of leaving the oppressions of the Old World,
In 2015 long-time Claremont resident Prof. John Cobb organized a 1500-person conference entitled “Seizing an Alternative: Toward an Ecological Civilization.” Those meetings spawned EcoCiv.org, which supports projects that chart the way toward a genuinely sustainable civilization. The EcoCiv president, Prof. Philip Clayton, will summarize initiatives, nationally and internationally, that are now bringing to light what an
This convening will bring together institutions that have already reached the decision to divest, board members of colleges and universities interested in exploring the process, and other leaders who work in roles that help achieve these goals, such as endowment networks and facilitating student participation in leading ecological movements. When business executives, grassroots organizers, scholars, and