Kim Tallbear, University of Alberta, Faculty of Native Studies
Ailton Krenak, Krenaki leader and public intellectual, Brasil
Catherine Larrère, Université de Paris I-Panthéon-Sorbonne
Alf Hornborg, Lund University, Faculty of Social Sciences
Nancy Peluso, University of California at Berkeley
Ugo Mattei, International University College, Turin
Power and conflict are at the core of socio-environmental change, but existing knowledge and higher education structures are ill-equipped to address them. Most socially-relevant environmental research takes place within isolated disciplinary silos and has a disciplinary orientation. Questions are framed in relation to scholarly traditions, not in terms of the structure of the problems and the conflicts at hand, which transcend conventional departmentalisation. However, as we live in undisciplined environments, we need undisciplined thinking.