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Climate Repair and Governance: Science and Ethics Panel Discussion

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Please join us for a conversation exploring the topic of “climate repair” through a humanities lens. Some of the initial questions to be explored include: What is climate repair? Are these approaches experiments or other kinds of intervention? How should the ethics of these approaches be framed and where do the humanities have a role to play? Is the governance of this field likely to develop in the years ahead? In what ways should such questions regarding change on a planetary scale engage with local communities and Indigenous peoples?

This talk is part of the Arctic Environmental Humanities Workshop Series series.

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