Visualizing Sustainable Peace
An Introduction to AC4’s Sustainable Peace Project:
A science-policy-practice initiative to enhance understanding of the conditions and core dynamics necessary for sustainable peace
Thursday, October 6, 2016 | 6-8pm with reception to follow
Room 102A, Jerome Greene Hall, Columbia Law School
Please join us for a presentation and discussion of AC4’s Sustainable Peace Project, a multi-year science-policy-practice initiative that employs leading science and local community perspectives to enhance understanding of the conditions and core dynamics necessary for fostering sustainable peace.
The Sustainable Peace Project takes a multidisciplinary approach with the project team holding expertise in social psychology, environmental science, communications, astrophysics, anthropology, philosophy, international education and development. Discussants include: Peter T. Coleman, Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Joshua Fisher, Jaclyn Donahue and Kristen Rucki, AC4, the Earth Institute, Columbia University; Larry S. Liebovitch, Queens College, City University of New York; Douglas P. Fry and Benjamin Maddox, the University of Alabama at Birmingham; Philippe Vandenbroeck, ShiftN; and Armando Geller, Scensei.
A reception will follow the discussion.