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Our Community

Leadership for the Ecozoic is a university network working towards a vision of the future founded on mutually enhancing relationships between human societies and the planetary community of life through the lens of socio-ecological justice

The term “Ecozoic” originates from cultural historian Thomas Berry. Drawing from Berry’s work, L4E defines the Ecozoic as an emerging vision for human habitation of Earth which allows and enables the flourishing of the whole community of life. L4E works to further this emerging vision through collaborative scholarship, learning and experimentation.

L4E

A2E CALENDAR*

September 2020
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31
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3:30 PM
A Dialogue on Ecological Law and Trade
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12:00 PM
"Regional Electricity Market Governance and Market Rules for Energy Storage" with STEPHANIE LENHART, BOISE STATE UNIVERS
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10
9:00 AM
Solar Energy in Vermont's Working Landscape
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1:15 PM
Environmental Justice Communities: Best Practices to Deal With Natural Disasters
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3:30 PM
Indigenous Legal Traditions and Ecological Law
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12:00 PM
Diversifying Power: Why We Need Antiracist, Feminist Leadership on Climate and Energy
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9:00 AM
POLLEN20: Contested Natures
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12:00 PM
"Prioritizing Social Equity in Infrastructure Transitions to Achieve Net Zero Emissions" with ERIN MAYFIELD, PRINCETON U
24
10:30 AM
Braiding Ways of Knowing
+2 more
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2:00 PM
Homecoming: Has the Grass Ever Been Greener? (Anti)Blackness in Canada in the Era of COVID-19
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12:00 PM
A2E Webinar # 6 - "Intersection of Indigenous Perspectives on Law, Economics and Development."
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10:00 AM
Rule of Law & the Limits of the Rights of Nature in Post Conflict Colombia
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9:00 AM
Towards a Legal Ontological Turn
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* “Anthropocene to the Ecozoic” signals our focus on creating a path towards a truly flourishing human-Earth relationship – we aspire to move FROM the Anthropocene TO the Ecozoic.

MEET OUR COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE

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Click here for our previous project Economics for the Anthropocene 

We acknowledge the treaty rights and the unceded Aboriginal rights and title of Indigenous People throughout Turtle Island. We seek to understand other ways of knowing and the varied perspectives, methodologies and legal frameworks of ancient peoples and respect the contributions of traditional ecological knowledge.