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Eco Justice and Activism - Learning Circle #3 - 7 June 2017
Dr. Peta White, Dr. Marilyn Palmer, and Dr. Sandra Wooltorton will be offering a conversation and exploration of Eco Justice and Activism.
This presentation started from the ideas presented so well by:
- Donella Meadows – Limits to Growth
- Annie Leonard – Story of Stuff
- Story of Solutions
- Charles Eisenstein
- National Science Week theme – Future Earth
With deep commitment to ecojustice and activism we explored where we are positioned and why… we also pushed into where to from here… and how we could get there! How do the economic and ecological sit together into the future? We don’t really know what post capitalism will look like. We have some visionaries help us see a way forward and this conversation is to help us start our future and we mean to finish… We can NOT proceed with practices towards unlimited growth. When limits are expressed we often find ecojustice issues (this is where ecojustice work is imperative). The challenge is how do we hold these tensions and find a way forward.
Environmental Literary Standards - Learning Circle #2 - 8 March 2017
Learner-centred Pedagogies - Learning Circle #1 - 7 December 2016
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