Talks

  • 2019. ‘Is Geoengineering the Solution to the Climate Crisis?’ Third Age Learning. Waterloo, Ontario. January 29
  • 2019. ‘The Ethical Challenges of Climate Change.’ Third Age Learning. Waterloo, Ontario. January 22
  • 2018. ‘The Ontological Grounds of Intergenerational Justice: Fritsch on Taking Turns with the Earth.’ Canadian Society for Environmental Philosophy. University of Calgary. Calgary, AB. October 27
  • 2018. ‘Canadian Politics in the Anthropocene.’ Canadian Society for Environmental Philosophy. University of Calgary. Calgary, AB. October 27
  • 2018. ‘Will the Anthropocene End the Social Sciences?’ Roundtable participant with Clive Hamilton. Balsillie School of International Affairs. Waterloo, ON. April 26
  • 2018. ‘What Should I Do? Individual Duties and Climate Change.’ Keynote address at Climate Change Ethics conference, University of Sherbrooke. Longeuil, QC. April 5
  • 2018. ‘Ecological Nationalism and the Canadian Environmental Imaginary.’ Environmental Sustainability Research Centre. Brock University. St. Catherine’s, ON. February 9
  • 2017. ‘Climate Change and the Anthropocene.’ Green Mountain College. Poultney, VT. November 30 (via Skype)
  • 2017. ‘Thoughts on The Anthropocene Project.’ Colgate University. Hamilton, NY. November 30 (via Skype)
  • 2017. ‘Geoengineering and the Auto-Poietic.’ Canadian Society for Environmental Philosophy. University of Saskatchewan. Regina, SK. October 14
  • 2017. ‘Four Faces of Climate Change Denial.’ Mediating Climate Change. University of Leeds. Leeds, UK. July 5
  • 2017. ‘The Question Concerning Geoengineering.’ Society for Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture. Ryerson University. Toronto, ON. June 1
  • 2017. ‘Hope, Despair and Pessimism in the Anthropocene.’ American Philosophical Association. Baltimore, MD. January 6
  • 2016. ‘The Sublime Anthropocene.’ Canadian Society for Environmental Philosophy. Edmonton, AB. October 28
  • 2016. ‘Climate Change and the Demands of Justice.’ Keynote address at Climate Justice and Indigenous Ally-ship. What Does It Mean? How Do We Get There? Wilfrid Laurier University. Waterloo, ON. June 11
  • 2016. ‘Climate Change and the Demands of Justice.’ Keynote public address at the Upwind Downwind Conference. Sheraton Hotel, Hamilton, ON. February 26
  • 2015. ‘The Climate Change/Migration Nexus.’ Department of Philosophy. University of Alberta. Edmonton, AB. October 17
  • 2015. ‘A New Approach to Climate Justice.’ Canadian Philosophical Association. University of Ottawa. Ottawa, ON. June 15
  • 2015. ‘Epistemic Character and the Ecological Crisis.’ Keynote address of the Canadian Society for the Study of Practical Ethics. University of Ottawa. Ottawa, ON. June 14
  • 2015. ‘Four Faces of Climate Change Denial.’ Climate Change in Culture. Charlottetown, PEI. May 17
  • 2015. ‘Moral Weakness and the Climate Crisis.’ Queen’s University Philosophy Colloquium. Kingston, ON. February 3
  • 2014. ‘Climate Change and the Lure of Efficiency.’ Global Climate Governance & Canadian Policy:  Looking Forward to Paris 2015. Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI). Waterloo, ON. March 24
  • 2013. ‘What is Climate Change and What Should We Do About It?’ Balsillie School of International Affairs. Waterloo, ON. November 16