WHAT: Drawing upon systems theory, evolutionary psychology, developmental psychology, cultural anthropology and indigenous perspectives, a case is made for the critical role of social systems and cultural practices in aligning individual, group, and societal-level behaviors with the larger ecological context these systems are embedded within. Presented by Dave Hall, PSU Psychology.
Increasingly ambitious to bring sustainability to our economic and environmental decisions, our policies have become distinct from the naturally sustainable wisdom that once was woven into our decision-making process. This presentation introduces a socially grounded model for sustainable decision-making. Check out the website for more info https://thechangexchange.org/public/launcher/27. Presented by Aimee Samara Krouskop of Global Insight Arts.
WHEN: Friday, April 23, 1 to 3 p.m.
WHERE: 660 Academic and Student Recreation Center