Panelists discuss religious response to climate change
Monday, January 27, 2014
Location: Berenson Hall, Hebrew College
Join us as we hear from leading religious thinkers and activists on the urgent need for thoughtful action in the face of global climate change. Each of our esteemed speakers will share resources from their personal and communal experiences, and discuss possibilities for interreligious cooperation to heal and transform our shared planet.
Panelists include environmental activist, author, and educator Bill McKibben; Rabbi Arthur Green, Irving Brudnick Professor of Philosophy and Religion and rector of the Rabbinical School, Hebrew College; author and sustainability educator Ibrahim Abdul-Matin; and Barbara Darling Smith, assistant professor of religion at Wheaton College. Rabbi Or Rose, director of the Center for Global Judaism at Hebrew College, will serve as moderator.
Sponsored by Andover Newton Theological School, the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College, and CIRCLE.
Cost is $10; students admitted free with valid student ID. Buy tickets or register as a student at http://www.hebrewcollege.edu/climate-change.