January 13, 5 – 6:30 pm, Sarah Robinson-Bertoni, Ph.D., Murdock Room
What is happening now in climate science? How does it affect me? How does it affect people suffering social injustices? How can individuals and institutions respond? What particular role can religions play? What can I do about climate change?
Drawing from fresh research in climate science, comparative religion, and civic engagement, Dr. Sarah Robinson-Bertoni will guide a conversation on actively responding to climate change, providing context in climate realities and in religious environmental ethics.
Combining lecture, reflection and dialogue, this event will provide a forum for informed discernment to generate effective resolutions for the health of our climate, our earth, our homes, and our beloved communities.