Conference Presentations

Some theme-relevant conference papers recently authored or co-authored and delivered by our members and partners are listed below:

Welchman, J. (2017). “Lynxcats and Coywolves and Grolar Bears, Oh My! Wild Life Conservation in the Anthropocene,” International Society for Environmental Ethics Group Session, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Baltimore 2017

Stewart-Harawira, M. (2016). "After Paris: An Interdisciplinary Response to the UN Climate Convention.The Politics of Climate Change” , Public Colloquium, After Petrocultures Research Network, Edmonton, January 28.

Stewart-Harawira, M.( 2016). “After Paris: An Interdisciplinary Response to the UN Climate Change Convention”. International Week Public Symposium, Edmonton Art Gallery. Co-presenters: Gwendolyn Blue, Professor of Geography; John Parkins, Professor of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology; Imre Szeman, Canada Research Chair in Cultural Studies and Professor of English and Film Studies, January 28, 2016.

Welchman, J. (2016). “Agenda 2030, Genetic Engineering, and Cultural Imperialism; An Analysis of EU Resolution 2015/2277 on the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition,” International Society for Environmental Ethics annual meeting, New York, June-July 2016

Welchman, J. (2015). “Attack of the Hybrid Swarm?, Species Conservation in the Anthropocene,” Canadian Philosophical Association, Calgary, May 2016Jean, M­.-È., and Davies E. G. R. (2015). Water managers’ perspectives on reservoir operations for sustainable irrigation in Alberta. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 197, A Coruña, Spain, June 2015. 12 pages. doi: 10.2495/RM150151.

Mookerjea, S. and Stewart-Harawira, M. (2015)."Negotiating the Tricky Terrain of Indigenous Rights, Markets and Notions of the Commons, or, if Water belongs to No One, Why Are We Sending Shiploads to China?" 15th Global Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons. Edmonton, Alberta. May 27, 2015.

Nguyen, H. T., Davies, E. G. R., Dyck, M. F., Blank, M., and Krygier, R. (2015). Converting waste to resources: A decision-support model for wastewater-irrigated short rotation crops. 2015 Onsite Wastewater Mega-Conference of the Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association, Virginia Beach, VA, November 2015.

Stewart-Harawira, M. (2015). “Climate, Culture and the institutionalization of Indigenous practices of resilience for our common futures”, Resilient Places, Resilient Peoples. Elders’ Voices Summit, Victoria, September 22.

Welchman, J. (2015). "Environmental Stewardship, Biodiversity, and Liberal Neutrality," Calgary Sustainability Conference, University of Calgary, June 2015.
Welchman, J. (2015)."Environmental Stewardship and the Values of Nature," Midi de l'ethique, Centre de Recherche en Ethique, Montreal, March 10, 2015

Welchman, J. (2013).“Should We Treat Nature as a Public Good? Ethics, Economics, and the Saltmarshes of Acadia,” Atlantic Region Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, October, 2013.

Welchman, J. (2015). “Are Environments Irreplaceable for Narrative Self-identity? Lessons from Longfellow’s Evangeline” Western Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, October 2015.

Wang, K., and Davies, E. G. R. (2015). A simulation gaming model for integrated river basin management. 2015 CSCE Annual Conference, Regina SK, May 2015.

Mah, F.J., Ulrich, A., and Davies, E. (2013) "Rural Groundwater Well Contamination Impacts" Air and Waste Management Association Canadian Prairies and Northern Section 2013 Annual Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, April 21-24.

Mah, F.J, Hnidan, T., Ulrich, A., and Davies, E. (2012) ”Assessing Historical Sources of Contamination Affecting Drinking Water Advisories in the Samson Cree Nation”, Canadian Water Networks Assessing pathogen fate, transport and risk in natural and engineered water treatment Conference, Banff, Alberta, Canada, September 23-26

Mah, F.J., Ulrich, A., and Davies, E. (2012) "Rural Groundwater Well Contamination Impacts" Canadian Water Networks Assessing Pathogen Fate, Transport, and Risk in Natural and Engineered Water Treatment Systems, Banff, Alberta, Canada, September 23-26.


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