Future Ethics: Climate Change, Political Action and the Future of the Human An interdisciplinary workshop series, June 2008 - January 2009, held in Manchester. www.manchester.ac.uk/futureethics <https://owa.liv.ac.uk/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.manchester.ac.uk/futureethics>

3 one day workshops to explore the ideas, beliefs and motivations underpinning  political responses to climate change.

A chance for activists, academics, practitioners, and concerned individuals working on political responses to climate change to come together with questions, solutions, experience, and ideas.

Workshop 1: "What is to be done?  Apocalyptic Rhetoric and Political Action" June 13, 2008

Workshop 2: "What Price Security?  New Issues in the Ethics of Risk" September 19, 2008

Workshop 3: "A World Without Us?  Imagining the End of the Human" January 16, 2009

Free to attend, but places limited!  See the website for registration.

Short abstracts for 'starter papers' invited for each  workshop.  See the website for submission deadlines

All Workshops held at Bridge 5 Mill (MERCi) <https://owa.liv.ac.uk/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.merci.org.uk/merci.php> , Manchester's own centre for sustainable living

Please circulate widely!

Many thanks

Stefan Skrimshire

Dr. Stefan Skrimshire Post Doctoral Research Associate in Religion and Politics School of Arts, Histories and Cultures Samuel Alexander Building The University of Manchester Manchester M13 9PL

stefan.skrimshire@manchester.ac.uk tel: 0161 306 1663