Interdisciplinary Scholarship in
Land Use & Ethics
Friday, June 6 - Sunday, June 8, 2014
A Northern Forest Institute Symposium
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry's Northern Forest Institute will hold its third annual symposium of interdisciplinary scholarship in land use and ethics June 6 - 8, 2014.
Information for Registrants
Thank you for presenting and/or participating in this year's symposium. All registrants must fill out the registration form below and mail it to the Adirondack Ecological Center.
The document below includes useful information for planning your travel to and stay at SUNY-ESF's Newcomb Campus.
Call for Papers
We invite submissions for our third annual sympossium. Submissions from a range of disciplines and professional fields are encouraged. Topics include a variety of approaches to land use, the moral implications of these approaches, and their impacts on social and environmental justice.
Submission deadline is December 16, 2013. We look forward to your part in the discussion.
For more information: Adirondack Symposium 2014 CFP
2nd Annual Symposium a Success
Last year's symposium highlighted research from across professions and disciplines on topics related to balancing individual and community priorities with respect to land use, and the associated expectations for human and ecosystem stewardship and social and environmental ethics. The aim of this symposium is to generate conversation around a variety of approaches to land use, the moral implications of these approaches, as well as the ways that they influence the ongoing debate over how to achieve social and environmental justice. New and in-process work from a range of disciplines and professional fields were represented and integrated into the symposium discourse.
Abstract Selection Committee (Additional scholars consulted as needed)
- Yamuna Sangarasivam, PhD
- Craig L. Milewski, PhD
- Swiatoslav Kaczmar, PhD
- Christopher Shaw
- Wayne Ouderkirk, PhD