Two-day international Conference at Institut d’études avancées, Paris
“Justice and Climate Transitions”
September 24-25, Paris.
In the lead up to the 2015 UN Paris Climate Conference the Institut d’études avancées in Paris will hold an interdisciplinary conference on ‘Justice and Climate Transitions’. The Conference will bring together leading thinkers from philosophy, policy and the social sciences to examine the moral, social and political issues at stake in transition to a low carbon society. The conference will discuss how might we evaluate different transition pathways and low-carbon futures in terms of social justice. The aim is to present both philosophical and critical social scientific perspectives on these questions.
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The conference will open with a public event hosted by the city of Paris.
Professor Jeremy Moss,
Professor of Political Philosophy, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
Dr. Larry Reynolds, IEA Fellow, Transition énergétique programme, Institut d’études avancées, Paris.
Prof Catherine Larrare, Pantheon Sorbonne.
Prof Simon Caney, Oxford University, Magdalen College. Philosophy, Politics and Economics, Department of Politics and International Relations.
Dr Conrad Kunze Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig.
Prof Darryl Moellendorf, Normative Orders, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
Prof Jeremy Moss, Chair in Political Philosophy, University of New South Wales, Sydney.
Prof John O’Neill, Hallsworth Chair In Political Economy, Manchester University.
Dr Fabian Schuppert, Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities, Queens University Belfast.
Dr Larry Reynolds, IEA Fellow, Transition énergétique programme, Institut d’études avancées, Paris.
Prof Gordon Walker (Lancaster University, UK) professor of risk, environment and justice at the Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University.