Workshop ENS & Sant’Anna
The Research Area in Public Ethics of the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies (Pisa) and the Institut Jean-Nicod of the École Normale Supérieure (Paris) will hold a one-day workshop on the topics of natural resource management in the run up to the climate transition. The workshop is designed and organised within the EELISA network to establish research collaboration between the two universities and is an opportunity for researchers from both institutions to present their research in order to advance joint research proposals in the future.
The first part of the workshop will include a series of talks by researchers from both institutions.
Prof. Alberto Pirni will present “Addressing the motivational gap in the face of intergenerational indifference” as part of the panel on Big Issues. Dr. Fausto Corvino and Ms. Martina Zanetti (PhD candidate) will present, respectively, “Is Carbon Pricing the Silver Bullet for an Inclusive and Equitable Climate Transition?” and “Rethinking Anthropocene Political Subjectivity: the Ecoposthuman Subject” as part of the panel on Political Economy. Mr. Alex Putzer (PhD candidate) will present “The Rights of Nature as a Panchreston. The Importance of a Common Lingo” as part of the panel on Rights of Nature.
The second part of the workshop will host two keynote speakers. Peter Godfrey-Smith (University of Sydney) will present “Later Stages, Objections, and Alternatives” and Michael Rescorla (UCLA) will present “The State of the Ocean”.
Academics, researchers, students
16 June @ 9am CEST
In presence: at “Aqua Mater” Sebastian Salgado exhibit, Parvis de la Defense, 21800 Puteaux,
on June 15, starting at 5 pm