Amid dire news of climate change, the question only intensifies: What do we do now? As we sort through the accumulating data and endless politics, a vital element gets lost — the moral dimension of the environmental crisis, and its especially punishing toll on poor communities. The time is now for a galvanizing religious and spiritual witness.
This public conversation focused on ethical solutions and practical strategies for building a movement that meets the climate crisis.
Click on this link for view the discussion — https://livestream.com/yaledivinityschool/events/8554877/videos/188635603
This event was presented by Yale Divinity School and Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and is co-sponsored by the Yale Club of Georgia, with special thanks to The Cathedral of St. Philip.
Mary Evelyn Tucker, Co-Director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale
Jon Sawyer ’74 B.A., Founding Director of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
Codi Norred, Program Director of Georgia Interfaith Power & Light
Clifton Granby, Assistant Professor of Ethics and Philosophy at Yale Divinity School