Meeting the Moment: Earth Day 2022

The climate crisis is a present, existential threat, yet there is still time to change course and genuine reasons to be hopeful. That was a central message at the “Earth Day 2022: Life Force” celebration on April 22. This unique gathering, organized by the Center for Earth Ethics in collaboration with the Climate Museum and Paul Miller (aka DJ Spooky), brought together a panoply of artists, poets, climate activists and advocates, Indigenous peoples and thought leaders for an afternoon of discernment, reflection and advocacy. More than 2,000 guests watched the livestream from James Chapel at Union Theological Seminary, and another 120 gathered in person, despite Covid

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