Climate Change, Disasters & the Vulnerable Communities We Serve

Executive Director Karenna Gore will be among the featured speakers at “Climate Change, Disasters & the Vulnerable Communities We Serve” on Wednesday, September 28. This preparedness summit for New York City faith communities runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Brooklyn Borough Hall. Jacqueline Patterson, executive director of the Chisholm Legacy Project (and a CEE Advisory Board member), will deliver the keynote address. This summit will provide full-day, in-person, “climate resiliency training, tools, and networking opportunities” for New York City “clergy and religious lay leaders who are serving dis-invested communities disproportionately affected by the climate crisis.” It will include

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Join CEE for a Discussion of A.I., Ecology and Earth Ethics

A.I., Ecology & Earth Ethics537 West 27th Street, New YorkWednesday, September 28 | 5 p.m. What are the social, ethical, and religious implications of artificial intelligence for the environment and the climate crisis? How can faith leaders apply their ethical insights of religious traditions to understand the nature, possibilities, and limitations of A.I.? What are the moral implications of this new technology, which holds the possibility of impacting nearly every aspect of human life? To suggest how we can go about answering these fundamental questions, the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary will host a forum, “A.I., Ecology

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