- Reid Detchon, Vice President for Energy and Climate at the United Nations Foundation
- Carl Rollins, member of the Advisory Board of the D.C. Farm to School Network and the Former Co-President of the DC Environmental Education Consortium
- Josh Tulkin, Advocacy Director for Jewish Funds for Justice and the Founding Board Member of the Baltimore Jewish Environmental Network.
- Sarah Jawaid, Research Associate at the Urban Land Institute and Coordinator for DC Green Muslims
Sunday, October 10, 2010
PAST: Tonight! Interfaith Dialogue on Religion and the Environment hosted by the Humanities Council WED, Nov 10th at THEARC, 6:30pm - 8:30pm, Free
The Humanities Council of Washington DC hosts it's second free event at THEARC in SE as part of The World House Series: The Philosophy of Green inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr's speech referencing the "World House" envisioning a "socially conscious democracy which reconciles the truths of individualism and collectivism."
Read a short interview with Josh Tulkin, one of the speakers on the Humanities Council blog here!
"A Moral Dilemma: Is Going Green a Choice Between Right and Wrong?"
Wednesday, November 10th
6:30pm - 8:30pm
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The discussion will revolve around the question of whether we have a moral and ethical obligation to future generations and what the role of religious figures is in dealing with climate change and environmental issues.
Panelists for this evening are part of the Greater Washington Interfaith Power & Light, which helps congregations of all faiths throughout the DC area to implement green initiatives that help to save energy and work to respond to climate change. Panelists include:
Learn more about the panelists and RSVP here.
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