For this year’s conference we have a special interest in approaches for teaching environmental ethics, with possible topic areas including (but not limited to) climate change, food and/or water security, energy production and use, literature and the environment, development and community engagement, risk communication, animal rights, the “Green New Deal,” and environmental education, justice, policy and politics, or refugees.
Call For Papers
Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org
Adam Briggle, University of North Texas
Janisse Ray, author of Ecology of a Cracker Childhood and The Seed Underground: A Growing Revolution to Save Food
Download the 2021 SEAC Conference on Ethics Program Here
The 2021 SEAC Conference program is currently being developed. We will post updates as soon as additional details are available.
Registration is handled through the Philosophy Documentation Center.
The conference is being held on the Colorado School of Mines campus in Golden, CO. Conference sessions will be held in the Green Center.
From Denver International Airport and/or from I-25: Take I-70 west, exit Highway 58 to Golden. Exit Washington Street and turn left to enter into downtown Golden. Turn right on 13th Street and left on Maple to enter campus.
Van services and public transportation are also available from the airport to Golden.
From Denver: Take 6th Avenue and head west into Golden. Turn right on 19th Street. Turn left on Illinois Street to enter campus.
From C-470 or I-70 : Head east to 6th Avenue. Follow the directions above from 6th Avenue.
From Boulder: Take Highway 93 into Golden. Turn left onto 19th Street. Turn left on Illinois Street to enter campus.
If you plan on parking, please review the campus visitor parking information before you arrive.
Amtrak has a Denver station, although not a Golden one.
While in Golden, there is a bus service that connects the campus with the rest of the city - FlexBus
There is a block of rooms reserved for the SEAC conference at three nearby hotels.
The Golden Hotel - this hotel is within walking distance. Rates for the conference are $150 a night + taxes and fees.
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Table Mountain Inn - this hotel is within walking distance and is the closet hotel to the confence site. Conference rates for the conference are $159 a night + taxes and fees.
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Hampton Inn - this hotel is not within walking distance and so will require rideshare or a car. Campus parking information is available under the Travel tab. The conference rate is $129 a night + taxes and fees.
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Restaurant options are available on the Visit Golden site.