Modified on: March 15, 2019
Policy Proposals to address Global Warming
UUCS 7:00 April 10, 2019 (conversation at 6:30)
We are living in an epoch that will be defined both by the threat of major global-warming-induced climate changes due to human activity and by our response to that threat as a society. How will future generations judge our performance? The history is ours to write right now.
Fred Stoll will lead a presentation and discussion exploring various proposals for addressing the threat of global warming, looking primarily at activity in the USA. On April 30, former congressman Bob Inglis will share his ideas for action as Keynote Speaker for the Spartanburg Earth Day Festival. But there are many different ideas about how our country can do its part in this challenge, reflecting a diversity of political orientations and philosophies. Let’s come together and see if we can get this one solved!
Come at 6:30 p.m. to socialize informally with your fellow Humanists. The program begins at 7:00 p.m. See you there!
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