Carl recently completed his PhD in ethics at the University of Notre Dame. His dissertation is an interdisciplinary appraisal of normative approaches to land use, focusing in particular on environmental ethics, systems theory, and sustainable agriculture. Carl’s research interests attempt to bridge the gap between theoretical and practical approaches to ethics and primarily engage religion and science, political theory, public policy, and environmental ethics. He is also involved in envisioning, developing, and launching a new peace and sustainable development centre at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC. He has been a member of FPE since 2019 and served as fundraising liaison for FPE’s conference that same year. He would like to create the space for FPE to imagine new, sustainable forms of ethics scholarship and education while supporting fruitful exchanges between diverse methodological perspectives. He is currently a public policy advisor on climate change for a food security organization in Canada.