Taking ecological responsibility requires that change in our praxis is promoted through responsible public communication, education, financial and economic organization. Responsible practice often reveals underlying values.
Thus, the conference will bring together international scholars in the Humanities and human sciences, educators, journalists, business researchers, and business representatives reporting on current praxis.
This conference will highlight the significance of intercultural value research for the international debate on climate change.
Participants will compare conceptions of responsibility across cultures. In doing so, the meeting will explore the role of intercultural value research for the formulation, communication, and practical implementation of ecological responsibilities.