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Environmental Humanities Lunches: Aliens and their impacts: holistic understanding and incorporation of variation

Vortrag, Öffentliche Vorlesung
Breite Öffentlichkeit
25.05.2021 12:10 - 13:05
Online

Environmental challenges are part of many areas of research and everyday life. The Environmental Humanities Lunches invite scientists and practitioners to critically reflect on their environmental challenges from the perspective of environmental ethics. After an introduction to the environmental challenge by our guests and a brief commentary from an ethical point of view, we offer a space for debate.
Wann?
25.05.2021 12:10 - 13:05
Online
If you are interested, ask for the MS Teams link at environment@unifr.ch.

 Link zur Online-Veranstaltung

Organisation
UniFR_ESH Institute
Amélie Pochon
environment@unifr.ch
026 300 88 25
Vortragende / Mitwirkende
Anna Probert & Giovanni Vimercati (Fribourg)

REIHE von Veranstaltungen:
Environmental Humanities Lunches

Environmental challenges are part of many areas of research and everyday life. The Environmental Humanities Lunches invite scientists and practitioners to critically reflect on their environmental challenges from the perspective of environmental ethics. After an introduction to the environmental challenge by our guests and a brief commentary from an ethical point of view, we offer a space for debate.
 
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