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Année : 2020

Deep Asian Ecology

Beijing 21-22 January 2019

Organised by
- Jillian Walliss (University of Melbourne)
- Heike Rahmann (RMIT University)

The aim of this contribution is to focus on Asian thought patterns and actions that convey the “Deep Ecology” notion of the philosopher Arne Naess. This deep ecology contesting the neo-liberal mercantilism of the Sustainable Development (i.e. Superficial Ecology) offers a field of salvators possibles facing the drifts of global landscape. These Asian philosophies in action testify to the resilience of a phenomenon incarnated in a culture derived from the milieu that post, meta modernity tarnished but not annihilated. This sensitive deep ecology’ grassroots revealed throughs the Japan, Korea and Singapore projects question the merits of international environmental governance and the dangers of their cultural standardisation.

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