Below are some useful resources. We are always looking to add more! If you have something you would like to see shared with philosophers interested in working toward sustainability in practice, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teaching & Higher Education Resources
The Philosophy Club: Collaborative philosophical enquiry with children and young people, directed by Michelle Sowey
The Climate Change Empowerment Handbook, by the Australian Psychological Society
State of the Global Climate 2020: Unpacking the indicators by the World Meteorological Organization
Ethics of Climate Change: A Classroom Enquiry for teaching high school students, by Green-Schools.
Sustainability Officer’s Guide to Climate Action on Campus, by Caroline Burkholder of Temple University’s Office of Sustainability
Conferences & Department Events
A Nearly Carbon-Neutral Conference Model, Ken Hiltner
E-vents Guide, Philosophers for Sustainability
Innovation in a Crisis: Rethinking Conferences and Scholarship in a Pandemic and Climate Emergency, by Sam Robinson, Megan Baumhammer, Lea Beiermann, et al.
Challenges and Solutions to the Online Conference: A Case Study, William Marsolek and Todd DeRose
Sample Proposal for E-Colloquia, Howard Nye
Materials for Intradepartmental Climate Conversation, Charles Goldhaber
Political Action & Community Engagement
Philosophers and Climate Strikes, Philosophers for Sustainability
Sample Announcement for a Community Climate Conversation, Eugene Chislenko
The 12 Questions Every Climate Activist Hears and What to Say: A handy guide to the most common arguments against the reality of man-made climate change and why they’re totally wrong, The Climate Reality Project
Confronting the Climate Crisis: Feminist Pathways to Just and Sustainable Futures — Resource Compilation, Consortium on Gender, Security, and Human Rights
Food & Climate Change
Moving Beyond Meat in Philosophy: The How & Why, Tyler John and Carolina Flores