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25
Oct
2020
 
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Political Current

Another important discussion on political ecology that looks at political ideas as currents.

The first Political Ecology Meetings should have started on Thursday, March 12.

In view of the evolution of the spread of the Covid19 coronavirus in Belgium, public health experts and the authorities recommend the cancellation of the gatherings of (more than 1000 people).

1,400 people are expected to participate, in one way or another, in this edition of the Rencontres de l’Ecologie politique, showing their interest in an exceptional program.

Despite the uncertainties about the extent of the risk and the recommendations to be applied, we believe that our fair responsibility is to take part in measures to prevent the spread of the virus as much as possible.

We therefore took the difficult decision to postpone the Political Ecology Meetings in the same place (BEL Brussels, Tour & Taxis site) from 23 to 25 October this year.

Additional information will follow shortly.

Do not hesitate to contact us for any further information:  info@etopia.be

About the event

Radical, identity-based, deep, or integral ecology. There are many terms used to designate the different currents that can be found within political ecology today. But what do they mean? And what do they represent in their capacity for transformation? How do they translate to the political field in Europe today? Our three speakers will discuss these different currents of political ecology.

The plenary session is part of the Political Ecology Days, organised in collaboration with Etopia and will feature Dirk Holemans, Edouart Gaudot (FR), Monica Frassoni (IT). Hosted by Benedetta de Marte.

Translation EN-FR | FR-EN available.

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Session organised by GEF, with the financial support of the European Parliament.

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