2020 has been quite a year so far, with tumultuous events overshadowing the persistent progression of anthropogenic global warming. But as a result of these events, the world is somewhat different than it had been just a year before. What effect have the crises of 2020 had on our planet and on ourselves? What useful lessons might we learn to build hope for the future?
Speaker: Jim D'Aloisio
The ongoing threat of climate change has engendered a new type of behavior that benefits those in the here-and-now but endangers the status quo of the future. Whether this approach is naive, uninformed, or truly evil, it’s pervasive and worth exploring.
The sphere of existence to which we might extend our intentions of justice, equity, compassion, and love can be as large as we are able to conceive. Should it include those who will come after us? Let’s explore.
This will be the first service of our Summer Services season. These layled services are more intimate, and take place in our Fellowship Hall.
This is the first of our Summer Service Series. These services will be held in the Fellowship Hall, and child care will be provided.
No politician, or former politician, has done more to understand and raise awareness of climate change than Al Gore. He has written several books on the subject, one of which has been turned into an Academy Award-winning documentary. His efforts have won him a Nobel … read more.