Conference: Stewardship or Sacrifice? Religion & the Ethics of Climate Change

Things are coming together for our conference at PSU regarding religious and ethical dimensions of climate change. I will be a panelist and I am looking forward to it! From the conference website:

Conference: October 7–8, 2009
Pasquerilla Spiritual Center
The Pennsylvania State University
All events are free and open to the public.

Held at the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center, this conference will examine the role that religion can play in solving the climate change crisis. This interactive conference is open to everyone concerned about climate change, but it is especially designed for members of religious communities in Pennsylvania. Join us for lectures, workshops, films, and liturgy. Learn about the science, the ethics, and the practical steps that Pennsylvania churches and synagogues are taking now to reduce the impact of global warming.

Keynote Speakers:

photo The Rev. Canon Sally Bingham
President and Founder of the Regeneration Project
and Interfaith Power and Light
photo Prof. Michael E. Mann
Associate Professor, Meteorology and Geosciences,
and Director, Earth System Science Center (ESSC),
Penn State

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