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FW: CYBERGARDENS: The Ethics of Ecological Restoration, Sun., Sept. 16

  • Subject: [cg] FW: CYBERGARDENS: The Ethics of Ecological Restoration, Sun., Sept. 16
  • From: "Honigman, Adam" <Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com>
  • Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2001 17:39:02 -0400

Friends,

Ecotourists visiting Brooklyn this coming weekend may find this lecture
enlightening.

Cheers,
Adam Honigman


-----Original Message-----
From: Rachel Treichler [mailto:treichler@ecobooks.com]
Sent: Monday, September 10, 2001 4:45 PM
To: cybergardens@treebranch.com
Subject: CYBERGARDENS: The Ethics of Ecological Restoration, Sun., Sept.
16


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News from the CYBERGARDENS mailing list 
(cybergardens@treebranch.com)
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THE ETHICS OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION

Sunday., Sept. 16 at 7:00 pm
at Eco Books
192 Fifth Aveue
Brooklyn, NY  11217

Join Andrew Light, Assistant Professor of Environmental Philosophy, and 
Director of the Environmental Conservation Education Program at New York 
University, for a discussion of the ethics of ecological restoration.

Andrew argues against those who claim that restored nature can never 
reproduce the actual value of nature. He identifies a large part of the 
value of ecological restoration in its revitalization of the human culture 
of nature. But says that achieving that value is only possible if we 
encourage public participation in restoration projects. $3.

Andrew is the author of over forty articles and book chapters, and has 
edited or co-edited eleven books, in print and forthcoming, including, with 
Eric Katz and David Rothenberg, BENEATH THE SURFACE: CRITICAL ESSAYS ON THE 
PHILOSOPHY OF DEEP ECOLOGY (MIT 2000), with Eric Higgs and David Strong, 
TECHNOLOGY AND THE GOOD LIFE? (Chicago, 2000), with Mecke Nagel, RACE, 
CLASS, AND COMMUNITY IDENTITY (Humanity Books, 2000),with Jonathan Smith, 
Philosophies of Place (Rowman and Littlefield, 1999), SOCIAL ECOLOGY AFTER 
BOOKCHIN (Guilford, 1998), and, again with Katz, ENVIRONMENTAL PRAGMATISM 
(Routledge, 1996). Forthcoming titles include THE AESTHETICS OF EVERYDAY 
LIFE (Seven Bridges Press, 2001), and ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS: AN ANTHOLOGY 
(Blackwell, 2001). Most of Andrew's work in environmental philosophy to 
date has focused on the failure of the discipline to fulfill its promise as 
a guide to formulating better, more morally responsible environmental 
policies. He argues that a broad pragmatist methodology is needed to 
transform environmental ethics into a more practical ethics, able to 
participate in the actual resolution of environmental problems.

Travel directions to Eco Books are at
http://www.ecobooks.com/travdirs.html

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