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Dr. Bryan Norton, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, from School
of Public Policy
Institute of Technology gave a talk on Wednesday, November 30. His talk was related to his most recent
book, Sustainable Values, Sustainable Change,
which offers an action-oriented, pragmatic response to the disconnect
between public and academic discourse around sustainability. Dr. Norton received his Ph.D. in philosophy
from the University of Michigan in 1970, specializing in the philosophy of
science and conceptual change in and across scientific disciplines. He writes
on intergenerational equity, sustainability theory, biodiversity policy, and
valuation methods. His specialty is the integration of spatio-temporal scaling
considerations into sustainability criteria. He is currently working to develop
a flexible notion of sustainability that recognizes the challenges of rapidly
changing climate. He is a leading scholar on
sustainability and environmental philosophy and policy, having
authored or edited ten books and dozens of articles in these areas.
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