"Making a Moral Call to Climate Action" Webinar or Live Phone Conference – July 23rd
Every major social movement of the past 200 years has had a moral argument that drove and motivated people to act. How can the climate movement go beyond the economics and science and create a moral obligation for secular and non-secular audiences to address global warming?
Find out what Richard Cizik, Bob Doppelt and others have to say by signing up for “Making a Moral Call to Climate Action,” a live one-hour roundtable discussion (via webinar) on Monday July 23 from 2-3 p.m. EDT. The conversation will be presented by Climate Access, U.S. Climate Action Network and Interfaith Moral Action on Climate and will be moderated by Climate Access founder Cara Pike. The panelists will include:
Richard Cizik is president of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good, which brings evangelicals, scholars, and policy-makers together in the search for common ground on challenges such as climate change, civil liberties, economic justice, and national security. Previously the vice president for governmental affairs of the National Association of Evangelicals, Richard led the release of the groundbreaking document “An Urgent Call to Action: Scientists and Evangelicals Unite to Protect Creation.”
Bob Doppelt is executive director of The Resource Innovation Group and coordinator of the National Climate Ethics Campaign. Last fall, the group released a Statement of Our Nation’s Moral Responsibility to Address Climate Change.” Bob is the author of several books including “From Me to We: The Five Transformational Commitments Required to Rescue the Planet, your Organization and your Life” and “The Power of Sustainable Thinking: How To Create a Positive Future for the Climate, The Planet, Your Organization and Your Life.”
The conversation will also include Interfaith Power & Light‘s Bill Bradlee, as well as members from Climate Access, USCAN, and IMAC, who will share what practitioners are doing across the country to communicate about the moral duties of climate action.
REGISTER HERE. We hope you can join us!