The University of Miami Ethics Programs have for more than a decade partnered with a variety of academic and civic organizations to host programs and special events related to environmental ethics. Initially in conjunction with the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust and Florida Atlantic University, the annual “Living on the Edge” conference evolved into a partnership with the School of Communication and the UM Alumni Association, with special support from the Arsht Ethics Initiatives. The program is now on hiatus.
“Living on the Edge” and the Ethics Film Series
Race, Place, Ethnicity, and Justice: Latinos/as and the Rise of the Environmental Justice Movement, Robert Figueroa, Ph.D., Colgate University; April 14, 2003. Flier.
Science, Nonscience and Nonsense: Ethics and Environmental Literacy, Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, April 12, 2002. Flier.