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06: Human Habitats – What is a Responsible Model for Future Generations?

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Speakers

Hallsworth Chair in Political Economy, School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester Chair
Gordon McKay Professor of Environmental Engineering and Professor of City and Regional Planning, Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA Chair

Ph.D. John O'NEILL

Hallsworth Chair in Political Economy, School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester

1974-1977 B.A. Class One Honours, Philosophy and Politics, Lancaster University
1978-1984 Ph.D., Philosophy, Lancaster University
1986-1988 M.A., Language Studies (with distinction), Linguistics Department, Lancaster University
1988-1990 Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University College of North Wales, Bangor
1990-1993 Lecturer in Philosophy, School of Social Sciences, University of Sussex.
1993-1996 Lecturer in Philosophy, Philosophy Department, University of Lancaster
1996-1998 Reader in Philosophy, Philosophy Department, University of Lancaster
1998-2006 Professor of Philosophy, Institute for Environment, Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Lancaster
 Research projects (selection):
 Motivational strength of ecosystem services and alternative ways to express the value of Biodiversity (BIOMOT) European Commission, FP7-ENV-2011, 2011-2015 ¬ 490,000
 Principal Researcher Climate Change, Insurance and Social Justice Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2011, £7462
 Principal researcher, Justice, Vulnerability and Climate Change: An Integrated Framework, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2010-2011, £46,723.00
 Research associate, Domestic Moral Economy ESRC, 2011-2014
 Moral Philosophy Advisor Environmental Justice Organisations, Liabilities and Trade (EJOLT) 2011-2014 European Commission FP7
 International research associate Choice beyond (in)commensurability: controversies and public decision making on territorial sustainable development (BECOM) University of Coimbra, Portugal, 2009-2012
since 2006 Hallsworth Professor of Political Economy

Ph.D. Peter P. ROGERS

Gordon McKay Professor of Environmental Engineering and Professor of City and Regional Planning, Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

1968 Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning and Environmental Engineering, Harvard
1970-1974 Associate Professor of City and Regional Planning and Environmental Engineering, Harvard
1973 Visiting Professor, Technische Hochschule Wien
since 1974 Professor of City and Regional Planning, Harvard
1981 Visiting Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi
1989-1995 Senior Associate, Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development
2010 Visiting Scholar, Pembroke College, Cambridge University
2011 Visiting Professor, National University of Singapore

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