The Workgroup on Representations and Rights of/for the Environment, in the Taskforce on Conceptual Foundations of Earth System Governance (ESGRREW), is launching its process of dialogue & research. With a view to generating a dynamic of intercultural and intersectorial dialogue, and opening a common space for reflection, ESGRREW will endorse the UNESCO principles on diversity and intercultural dialogue; the ethics of scientific knowledge of the COMEST; and the recommendations of the Commission on Truth and Reconciliation, on the ‘Reconciliation as a principle’ based on the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, in all the dimensions of society, including law and governance.
ESGRREW Conference: Intercultural and Intersectorial Dialogue on the Environment, featuring Kevin Ka'nahsohon Deer, Kathleen Mahoney, and John Crowley
In addition to his participation in this conference, John Crowley will give a talk entitled Reconciling the Anthropocene in the morning (9-11 AM, April 13th, H441).
This event is brought to you by the Workgroup on Representations and Rights of/for the Environment, in the Taskforce on Conceptual Foundations of Earth System Governance (ESGRREW) and the Loyola Sustainability Research Centre in conjunction with the Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability and the Faculty of Arts and Science at Concordia University, as well as Future Earth, UNESCO, and the Canadian Commission for the UNESCO.