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University of New South Wales

#UNSWFromHome – What is Ecocentrism and can it save us?

Tuesday 27 Oct

12:00 pm

1:00 pm




About this event

Join UNSW academics Associate Professor Tema MilsteinAssociate Architect Craig Kerslake (BA ’95, B. Arch ’06) and Creative Director Mark McClelland (Grad Cert ’13) for a conversation on whether Ecocentrism can assist in society’s search for harmonic and sustainable solutions to some of the most pressing current global issues.

Ecocentrism finds inherent value in all of nature, shifting our focus, and our values, from man to planet earth – a way of viewing the world that is both ancient and resurgent. As we struggle with the environmental crisis, political discord, and the worldwide pandemic our panel will assess whether Ecocentrism is the answer in society’s search for harmonic, sustainable, and regenerative solutions to today’s most pressing global issues.

  • Information and Education
  • Presentation
  • Business Ethics
  • Climate
  • Sustainable Communities
  • Sustainable Living
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