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Thursday, September 06, 2012
2:32 PM

Environmentalist David Suzuki Case's Inamori Ethics Prize Ceremony

As part of its mission to foster ethical leadership around the world, the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence presents the Inamori Ethics Prize Ceremony, Recipient Lecture and Academic Symposium on Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012.

The recipient of this year's Inamori Ethics Prize is David Suzuki, PhD. A passionate environmentalist, a global leader on issues of sustainable ecology and social justice, and a long time activist working to address climate change, Suzuki is a powerful voice on behalf of biodiversity, future generations and the planet.

The symposium features an academic component, with Suzuki and panelists Paul Hawken, David Orr and Jeremy Bendik-Keymer, as well as the prize ceremony and recipient lecture. Please contact Kathleen Norman or visit case.edu/events/inamori for more information.

First awarded in 2008, the Inamori Ethics Prize honors outstanding international ethical leaders who have used their influence and actions to greatly improve the condition of humankind. Learn about the prize

Watch the Academic SymposiumSee the academic symposium via CaseLive.

The evening ceremony will not be webcast, and tickets will be available soon.

As part of its mission to foster ethical leadership around the world, the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence presents the Inamori Ethics Prize Ceremony, Recipient Lecture and Academic Symposium on Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012. The recipient of this year's Inamori Ethics Prize is David Suzuki, PhD. A passionate environmentalist, a global leader on issues of sustainable ecology and social justice, and a long time activist working to address climate change, Suzuki is a powerful voice on behalf of biodiversity, future generations and the planet. The symposium features an academic component, with Suzuki and panelists Paul Hawken, David Orr and Jeremy Bendik-Keymer, as well as the prize ceremony and recipient lecture. Please contact Kathleen Norman or visit case.edu/events/inamori for more information. First awarded in 2008, the Inamori Ethics Prize honors outstanding international ethical leaders who have used their influence and actions to greatly improve the condition of humankind. Learn about the prize.  Watch the Academic SymposiumSee the academic symposium via CaseLive. The evening ceremony will not be webcast, and tickets will be available soon.

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