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Book Launch: Subjects of Intergenerational Justice

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Leading environmental scholars highlight the value Indigenous philosophies have for solving global environmental problems in this talk.

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To whom (and what) do we owe responsibilities of justice? What happens to ideas of intergenerational and environmental justice if we drop the fiction of individualism? Are there conceptions of time and space beyond progress and resources that assist us conceive of justice for the future? Why is the decolonisation of theory and politics important for the future of the planet and as a matter of justice?

To launch Postdoctoral Fellow Christine Winter’s new book, Subjects of Intergenerational Justice: Indigenous philosophy, the environment and relationships, we invite you to join Christine and three key scholars, each of whom have contributed significantly to this research, as they challenge mainstream western ideas of intergenerational environmental justice in a manner that privileges Indigenous philosophies.

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Dr Christine Winter, Sydney Environment Institute

Professor Joni Adamson, Arizona State University

Dr Sophie Chao, University of Sydney

Professor David Schlosberg (Chair), Sydney Environment Institute

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Sydney Environment Institute is a cross-disciplinary research hub at the University of Sydney, which provides a platform to inform public discourse and decision-making in relation to the impact of climate change on society and the environment.

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