Call for Contributions: Global Environmental Justice and Its Limits: Complexities of Time and Space, 3-5 November 2022, Aarhus University (Denmark)

The 2nd Annual Conference of the Network for Global Justice and the Environmental Humanities will take place at the Centre for Environmental Humanities, Aarhus University, 3–5 November 2022.

Submission: EHJustice@cas.au.dk

Local organizers: Georg Fischer (fischer@cas.au.dk), Heather Swanson (ceh@cas.au.dk)

The Ecological Reparation Youtube Channel

We would like to share with you the creation of an exciting Youtube Channel that premieres videographic discussions with a range of researchers on the theme of EcologicalReparation: https://www.youtube.com/c/EcologicalReparation/
 
The videos explore different ways in which ecological thinking and practice may enable reparation, as well as how reparation for damages done could be ecological.  
 

The Ecological Reparation Youtube Channel

Dear all, 
  
Sorry for cross-posting.
 
We would like to share with you the creation of an exciting Youtube Channel that premieres videographic discussions with a range of researchers on the theme of EcologicalReparation: https://www.youtube.com/c/EcologicalReparation/
 
The videos explore different ways in which ecological thinking and practice may enable reparation, as well as how reparation for damages done could be ecological.  
 

The Ecological Reparation Youtube Channel

Dear all, 
  
We would like to share with you the creation of an exciting Youtube Channel that premieres videographic discussions with a range of researchers on the theme of EcologicalReparation: https://www.youtube.com/c/EcologicalReparation/
 
The videos explore different ways in which ecological thinking and practice may enable reparation, as well as how reparation for damages done could be ecological.  
 

Zoryan Institute to Host Free Webinar on Climate Change, Human Rights, Governance, and New Challenges for Fixed Borders

Join the Zoryan Institute on Wednesday, March 23rd at 3:00PM EST, for a free webinar presented by Prof. Simon Dalby of Wilfrid Laurier University, and Senior Fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation, titled “Changing Borders: Climate, Rights and the Future”. 

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Zoryan Institute Hosts a Free Webinar on the Role of Law in Limiting Dangerous Climate Change and Climate Related Human Rights Deprivations

Join the Zoryan Institute on Tuesday, March 15th at 3:00PM EST, for a free webinar on how different groups are applying various legal mechanisms to limit both the environmental and human rights impacts of climate change, presented by David Estrin, Canada’s Top Environmental Law Specialist, and Co-Chair of the International Bar Association Task Force on Climate Change Justice and Human Rights.

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