Climate Justice

March 31, 2023 (Friday)April 2, 2023 (Sunday)

Live Virtual Event

Climate Justice

MAP-Penn Conference

Presented by the Department of Philosophy

The 7th annual Minorities and Philosophy (MAP-Penn) conference is focused on climate justice and climate ethics. 

Keynote Speakers

Krushil Watene's research addresses fundamental questions in moral and political philosophy, particularly those related to well-being, development, and justice. Her research pioneers high-level discussions of indigenous concepts in global justice theorizing, grounded in research that demonstrates the central role of local indigenous communities.

Kian Mintz-Woo works on moral and normative issues, both fundamental (in moral ontology and metaethics) and applied (in climate ethics and climate economics). 

Simona Capisani's area of research and teaching specialty are in Political Philosophy and Ethics (Normative and Applied) with a focus on issues that intersect matters of climate justice, philosophy of immigration, gender, and global and social justice.