Religious Responses to Climate Change

January 27, 2014 $10.00

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. With Rabbi Arthur Green, Irving Brudnick Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Hebrew College; Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, author and sustainability educator; Barbara Darling Smith, Wheaton College; and, by remote, Bill McKibbin, environmental activist, author and educator. Moderated by Rabbi Or Rose, director, Center for Global Judaism, Hebrew College.

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Event Location: Hebrew College
160 Herrick Road, Newton, Massachusetts, 02459

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Monday, January 27, 2014, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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