Parenting the Planet: A Conversation with Sarah Krakoff
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – University of Colorado Law School Professor Sarah Krakoff will be at Yale Law School Thursday, April 18, to discuss her upcoming book Parenting the Planet, which examines the different stages of the human relationship to nature.
Krakoff teaches and writes in the areas of American Indian law, natural resources and public land law, environmental ethics, and climate change. She co-authored one of the leading casebooks in the field of American Indian Law, and her article examining the effects of federal law on the Navajo Nation’s exercise of sovereignty, "A Narrative of Sovereignty: Illuminating the Paradox of the Domestic Dependent Nation," has been cited in several federal district court opinions.
The talk, co-hosted by the Yale Climate & Energy Institute (YCEI) and the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy (YCELP), begins at 6:10 PM at Yale Law School (Room 121) located at 127 Wall Street, New Haven, Conn., 06511. It is free and open to the public; dinner will be served.
The event concludes the semester-long Climate and Energy Bookshelf speaker series, which featured new and forthcoming publications by renowned climate and energy scholars including Andrew Guzman, Daniel Yergin, and Jedediah Purdy.
For more information on the April 18, please visit the YCELP website at envirocenter.yale.edu or contact Susanne Stahl at firstname.lastname@example.org / 203.432.5967.