Climate and Faith

What:
Panel
When:
4:30 PM, Monday 20 Jun 2016 (1 hour)
Breaks:
Dinner (on your own)   05:30 PM to 07:30 PM (2 hours)
Where:
Hampton
Discussion:
0
At a time when diverse groups are mobilizing to address climate change, some of the greatest potential actions may come from faith communities. With large established networks along with traditions and practices that inspire and motivate their members, religious leaders are working hard to develop responses to the climate crisis. Representing Jewish and Christian perspectives, panelists will share the exciting work they are doing as they consider the future role of faith communities on a rapidly changing planet.
Participant
Interfaith Power & Light (DC.MD.NoVA)
Director
Participant
Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts, and Mass. Conference, United Church of Christ
Missioner for Creation Care
Moderator
Citizens' Climate Radio
Host of Citizens' Climate Radio
Participant
Young Evangelicals for Climate Action
National Organizer and Spokesperson
Participant
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Director, Office of International Justice and Peace

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