10th International Forum on Ecological Civilization

It is no secret that our planet is in crisis. When China marches toward modernization, it is facing many disturbing problems like the West did. Finding an alternative to the current form of modernization has become an urgent issue. How to create an ecological civilization? What are the political, social and economic implications of ecological civilization? How can China continue to develop economically without repeating the mistakes the West made? What kind of education an ecological civilization calls for? What kind of role can Organic Marxism and traditional culture play in creating an ecological civilization?
The purpose of the Forum is to contribute to fresh reflections on these questions from both constructive postmodern and Marxist perspectives.

The Forum is organized by The Institute for Postmodern Development of China. The aim of The Institute for Postmodern Development of China is to create and promote new modes of social development in China and the West. The Institute seeks to integrate classical Chinese thought and contemporary forms of Western thought that are synthetic and constructive.

The cosponsors of this Forum include: Center for Process Studies, CST, Ecological Civilization International, Pitzer College, US-China Association for Environmental Education, China Ecological Civilization Research and Promotion Association, Central Bureau of Compilation and translation, The Chinese Society for Dialectics of Nature, Center for Constructive Postmodern Studies, HIT, and some other Chinese partners.

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