Join this free seminar by well known activist Scott Wallace, and learn more about vegan philosophy.
Currently, aspects of our culture reflects a human-centred worldview, where we see ourselves as separate from, and at times superior to, nature and non-human animals. This has led to devastating effects on the environment, the animals and on our health. In this seminar Scott will draw upon the Vegan philosophy and discuss its role in shaping how we can interact with and relate to the natural world in a more Earth-Centred way.
This diverse seminar will include content addressing the impacts of animal agriculture, conditioning, speciesism and the law.
About Scott Wallace
Scott is an environmental scientist, passionate educator and activist, on a mission to inspire and encourage people to question their relationship with nature, and promote a transformation of culture to one which respects all members of the Earth Community. Scott is an active campaigner for Sea Shepherd. He holds a B.Sc (Hons) from Griffith University, where he is currently studying Law with an interest in earth jurisprudence, environmental law and policy, animal law and advocacy.
Scott Wallace is also the Education Coordinator for Sea Shepherd, holding guest speaking seminars in Universities and from on board the ‘Steve Irwin’. By safeguarding the biodiversity of our delicately balanced oceanic ecosystems, Sea Shepherd works to ensure their survival for future generations. Find out more about Sea Shepherd’s work and what you can do to protect the oceans.