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Climate Change: Simple, Serious, Solvable

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

Join Professor Sylvia Dee of Rice University to consider climate change, its causes, impacts, and solutions. There is now a long-established global scientific consensus that climate change will damage human and natural systems at high expense. Climate change-induced disruptions to human-environment interactions occur via impacts such as sea level rise,

Free

Recurring

Living the Change Weekly Discussion Group

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

Scientists tell us that we must reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by 45% by 2030. That may seem like a very high hurdle. But, it translates to only a 5%/year reduction, starting now. Participants in this course will leave with a plan for at least their first 5% reduction, and

Free

Heat in Houston: Justice Implications, Solutions, & How People of Faith Can Engage

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

Heat is the greatest weather-related disaster in the U.S., killing more people than any other kind of natural disaster. And, Texas is one of three states with the highest heat-related deaths. A study found that the Houston area averaged 18 dangerously hot summer days per year from 1975 to 2010.

Free
Recurring

Faithful Voter Weekly Discussion Group

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will

Free
Recurring

Living the Change Weekly Discussion Group

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

Scientists tell us that we must reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by 45% by 2030. That may seem like a very high hurdle. But, it translates to only a 5%/year reduction, starting now. Participants in this course will leave with a plan for at least their first 5% reduction, and

Free
Recurring

Faithful Voter Weekly Discussion Group

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will

Free
Recurring

Living the Change Weekly Discussion Group

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

Scientists tell us that we must reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by 45% by 2030. That may seem like a very high hurdle. But, it translates to only a 5%/year reduction, starting now. Participants in this course will leave with a plan for at least their first 5% reduction, and

Free
Recurring

Faithful Voter Weekly Discussion Group

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will

Free

Conversation with the Author, H. Paul Santmire – EcoActivist Testament

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

September 27th, 2022 Join us on Zoom at 8pm ET/ 7 CT/ 6 MT/ 5 PT / 4 AK We are excited to have theologian, H. Paul Santmire, join us to talk about his newest book: EcoActivist Testament: Faith Explorations for Fellow Travelers.  This book was written especially for faith-driven

Recurring

Living the Change Weekly Discussion Group

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

Scientists tell us that we must reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by 45% by 2030. That may seem like a very high hurdle. But, it translates to only a 5%/year reduction, starting now. Participants in this course will leave with a plan for at least their first 5% reduction, and

Free

Recurring

Faithful Voter Weekly Discussion Group

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will

Free
Recurring

Living the Change Weekly Discussion Group

online (zoom or other) virtual/online

Scientists tell us that we must reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by 45% by 2030. That may seem like a very high hurdle. But, it translates to only a 5%/year reduction, starting now. Participants in this course will leave with a plan for at least their first 5% reduction, and

Free