Please join us at the MUN Nexus Centre for the next FANE lecture in public ecology: “Is a Tax the Best Form of Defence? The Time Horizons of the Climate Emergency” Dr. Jay Foster (Philosophy) Today, Feb 27, 4 to 5 pm @NexusCentre – MUN Rm 4022 Science Building
The first of the 2020 FANE Lectures in Public Ecology will take place THURSDAY, Jan 30, from 4 to 5 p.m. at the Room: SN 4022 Speaker: Dr. Carina Ramm (PhD Biology, Kiel) Title: Geo-engineering: Science, Ethics and Politics of Collective Experimentation
Dr. Sean McGrath (FANE co-director and Professor of Philosophy, Memorial University) recently spoke with VOCM, summarizing the outcomes of the Stewarding the North Alantic Event.
The Muskrat Falls inquiry is holding public consultations, prior to completion of the final report. There are two public sessions: Tuesday, July 30th at the Emera Innovation Exchange, Signal Hill Campus, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Thursday, August 8th, Lawrence O’Brien Centre in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Those wishing to speak are asked Read more about Muskrat Falls – Public Consultation[…]
POLICY PAPER NOW AVAILABLE The FANE co-sponsored Future of Oceans generated a policy paper: Stewarding the North Atlantic A White Paper of Policy Recommendations based on the Findings of the Future of Oceans Symposium, held at Memorial University, on the 16th of March, 2019. Sponsored by: The President’s Office, Memorial University The Royal Society of Read more about Future of Oceans[…]
Seafaring the North Atlantic is a musical and cinematic prelude to the Future of Oceans Symposium FEATURING a screening of shorts on the Atlantic from the archives of the NFB, followed by Canada’s premier violin and piano ensemble Duo Concertante, performing “The ocean is full of its own collapse” by Andrew Staniland, based on Lisa Read more about Seafaring the North Atlantic[…]
The Future of Oceans A Royal Society of Canada Atlantic Symposium (in partnership with MUN and FANE) The health of our oceans has never been more in the public eye than today. Coral reefs and fisheries in every ocean of the planet are threatened by rising sea temperatures; the presence of human waste, especially plastics is ubiquitous; Read more about The Future of Oceans[…]