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The 14th Newsletter from Yujae
  • 2022-07-27
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People for Earth NEWSLETTER No. 13 April 2022 People for Earth, an intellectual community in pursuit of an ecozoic culture, issues quarterly newsletters in January, April, July and October every year.
Sophie Handford - New Zealand KCDC Councillor
Open Seminar Series
Open Seminar Series
Memorandum of Understanding(MOU) between People for Earth and Institutes of Green Bio Science & Technology Seoul National University(GBST) People for Earth (Chairperson of the Board Kang, Kumsil) and Institutes of Green Bio Science & Technology Seoul National University(GBST) (Director of the Institutes Im, Jeongbin) signed an MOU on May 6 in Yujae, promising mutual cooperation to foster future talents and contribute to the development of the local community. [Read More]
[Member News] Kim, Junsoo - KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) and Center for Anthropocene Studies Approved as the first Korean social scientist member in the Humanities and Social Sciences group of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research(SCAR) [Read More]
[Member News] Lee, Kyung-ho (Installation artist, multimedia artist)
[Member News] Jang, Woojae (Theatre 2 and 3) Participated in “Climate Emergency: A Rehearsal” as a dramaturg Synopsis: The current climate emergency has raised the alarm. Despite incessant warnings from scientists around the world, climate crisis is often regarded as a story of a distant country or a story of distant future. As if it were a fictional story. Due to rising sea levels, some islands have disappeared. An author living on an island struggles to write a play about climate crisis. The author looks up speeches and lectures on the matter, but fails to write anything. A kind of confessions begins amidst anger, depression and sadness.  [Read More]
[Member News] Park, Taehyun (School of Law, Kangwon National University) Lecture on “Jurisprudence for the Earth in the Anthropocene” at the 44th Colloquium, KAIST Center for Anthropocene Studies [Read More]
[Theses and Dissertations] Kim, Wang-Bae (Professor, Department of Sociology, Yonsei University) A Review on the Right of Nature and Earth Jurisprudence (2022.06) [Read More]
[Theses and Dissertations] Oh, Dongsuk (Professor, Ajou University Law School) An Essay on the Fundamental Rights in the Anthropocene (2022.06) [Read More]
[Theses and Dissertations] Kim, Junsoo - KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) and Center for Anthropocene Studies Multidisciplinary Comments on the More-Than-Human State Theory (2022.06) [Read More]
[Theses and Dissertations] Choi, Jeongho (Seoul National University Bigdata COSS) Significance and limitations of the civil act amendments and its discussion on the legal status of animals (2022.04) [Read More]
[Publication] Earth Jurisprudence and Korean Society: A New Page People for Earth, 2022.05.
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