Oberlin College and Conservatory

Living Our Ecological Ethics Life Lessons from the Love Bus

Thursday, September 28 at 4:30pm to 6:30pm

38 East College St., Oberlin, Ohio

Presented by Oberlin College's Environmental Studies Department

LIVING OUR Ecological Ethics Life Lessons from the Love Bus

Dr. Cara Judea Alhadeff is a professor and author of dozens of books and articles on climate justice, life- passion activism, philosophy, art, sexuality, and "petroleum parenting.” She and her family live in an eco-art installation school bus where they perform creative-waste living as biosynergy--challenging social addictions rooted in entitlement, accumulation, and individualism. Through two embodied workshops. Dr. Alhadeffwill offer ways to establishinfrastructures that support our localcommunities with place-basedgeographies/ bioregional learningcenters where economics andecologies can co-evolve rather thanbe in competition or opposition.

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Living Our Ecological Ethics Life Lessons from the Love Bus

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Jess Arnett

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