Climate Change and a New Relationship with Nature

In this episode I interview philosophy professor, Dr. David Utsler, who specializes in environmental philosophy. We discuss the recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the flooding in Germany. 

Show Notes

David Utsler’s co-edited book, Interpreting Nature: The Emerging Field of Environmental Hermeneutics

New York Times, “Five Takeaways from the New U.N. Climate Report” by Henry Fountain

New York Times, “Floods Thrust Climate to Center of German Campaign as Toll Mounts” by Melissa Eddy and Steven Erlanger

Deutschwelle (DW), Weltklimabericht: Keine Zeit für halbe Sachen” von Ajit Niranjan

Greta Thurnberg: “Our relationship with nature is broken” Youtube video

Full and Summary IPCC Report on Climate

Podcast Host
About the Author
Cynthia Nielsen has a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies from the University of North Florida, a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Dallas, and is currently an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Dallas. She is known for her expertise in the field of philosophical hermeneutics (focusing especially on the work of Hans-Georg Gadamer), the philosophy of music, aesthetics, and the philosophy of race. In addition to gardening, she enjoys learning languages and is especially interested in German language and culture.

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