You are cordially invited to attend this free webinar: UN DAY FORUM: TAKING ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, UNITED NATIONS DAY // 4-5:30pm
Regional UU Congregations and the United Nations Association of the National Capital Area are cosponsoring a timely Webinar on Sunday, October 24 to share insights from a range of leading experts on what we can do as individuals and faith-based organizations locally and nationally to meet the ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement.
This program will provide an update on the preparations of the Biden Administration for COP26, the UN Change Change conference taking place in Glasgow in November, and, importantly, the role of civil society in achieving the targets of the Paris Agreement. Recognizing the inequitable impact of climate change on poor and minority communities, the program will explore ways in which faith-based organizations and individuals can work together to meet the ambitious climate goals equitably and justly.
- Tim Lattimer, UUCC Member & Senior Climate Advisor of the State Department, (and past president of Columbia UU)
- Nate Hultman, Founder and Director of the University of Maryland Center for Global Sustainability on detail to Envoy Kerry’s office at State Dept (also Board Chair of Cedar Lane UU Church) will moderate a panel of activists, including:
- William Barber iii, Founder, Rural Beacon Initiative
- Aly Tharp, Co-Director, Programs and Projects, UU Ministry for Earth
- Salote Soqo, Senior Partnership Officer, Climate Justice and Crisis Response UU Service Committee
- Doris Marlin of All Souls, who leads the UU Delegation to COP26, will share specific opportunities for further engagement on climate change.
Please register with UNA-NCA to attend this Webinar:
Here is the link to the registration page.