A workshop on environmental ethics for environmental scientists and environmental professionals will be held at the University of North Texas from 26 to 28 September 1997. It will begin at 1:30 p.m. Friday and conclude at 12:00 noon Sunday. It is sponsored by the Center for Environmental Philosophy and the UNT Environmental Science Program.
Workshop leaders include Eugene C. Hargrove, editor of the journal Environmental Ethics and author of Foundations of Environmental Ethics, J. Baird Callicott of the UNT Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, author of In Defense of the Land Ethic, and Frank B. Golley of the University of Georgia's Institute of Ecology, author of A History of the Ecosystem Concept in Ecology.The registration fee is $200 and includes two meals and an evening reception. The program will be held on the University of North Texas campus.
Accommodations are available at the Radisson Hotel, 940/565-8499 ($70, double or single), and at the Royal Hotel Suites, 940/383-2007 ($35, single; $44, double; $55, suite). Both are within walking distance of the campus. The university is conveniently located 28 miles north of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
The workshop will focus on discussion and will be shaped to meet the
specific needs and interests of the participants. See
tentative schedule. Field trips to Blacklands
Prairie, Post Oak Eastern Cross Timbers, or Grand Prairie are available
upon request before and after the workshop in cooperation with the UNT Environmental Science Program.
The University of North Texas is located
to the southeast of the intersection of I-35,
I-35E, and I-35W. To reach the university or the hotels, use the Avenue D exit on I-35E.
The Radisson Hotel is located on the
northwest side of the intersection of I-35E
and Avenue D. The Royal Hotel Suites
is located to the southeast of the intersection.
Information about bed-and-breakfast accommodations is available upon request. Most, however, are not within easy walking distance of the university.
For more information or to register, contact:
The Center for Environmental
P.O. Box 310980, University of North Texas
Denton, TX 76203-0980.
940/565-2727; 940/565-4448 (fax); firstname.lastname@example.org
Checks should be made out to Environmental Ethics
and be payable at a bank in the U.S.
Payment may also be made by using MasterCard or Visa.