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My work is rooted in an ethical approach to environmental problem-solving and is highly interdisciplinary. I use the tools of social science to address ethical components of environmental issues, so often work at the table with social scientists, philosophers, scientists, and writers. I believe in the tools of philosophy to address potentially contentious and challenging problems in the public sphere.
Greetings from the Public Philosophy Network (PPN)! In addition to filling out your personal page so that others can gain a sense of your work and interests, we hope that you can take some time to explore the various features that the PPN has to offer. The PPN is a great place to publicize your own research, but it is also intended to provide spaces for collaboration, communication, and mentorship among its members. Since the success of the PPN depends on its members, please be creative and test out ways to promote about practice of public philosophy. Thanks for being a part of the PPN! We also hope that you’ll join us at our in-person conference to be held Oct. 6-8, 2011 in Washington, DC. Please note the details on the PPN website.