Urban Ecosystem Justice: A Science of Cities for the People

12 Aug 2017
10:00-11:30am

Urban Ecosystem Justice: A Science of Cities for the People

What would it mean to merge urban ecology with social justice analysis? Can we construct an ethic of ‘urban bio-cultural diversity’, where mutually symbiotic relationships are created between human and non-human city elements? Are we capable of meeting material needs while regenerating urban socio-ecological health? Using theoretical possibilities and real-world examples, let’s explore these questions.

Scott Kellogg: Educational Director of the Radix Ecological Sustainability Center in Albany, NY.