CEE Director, Karenna Gore participated in a landmark climate event just weeks ago in Recife, Brazil. In the context of the Brazilian Conference on Climate Change, a historic meeting brought together Catholic, evangelical, Jewish, Afro-Brazilian and indigenous leaders, in an interfaith event, in defense of the environment in the oldest Synagogue of the Americas – Kahal Zur Israel. In the lead up to the event, Karenna was interviewed by Sérgio Xavier for Diario Pernambuco. Please enjoy this enriching conversation on what exactly are Earth Ethics, the deepening value of inter-religious dialogue and our changing climate.
CEE has joined the many excellent organizations participating in #GivingTuesday this year. We invite you to join us and continue to support the evolution of our work. Also, please keep an eye out for our Fall Newsletter which we’ll send next week.
In Joy –
The Center for Earth Ethics Team
ANNOUNCEMENTS and UPCOMING EVENTS…
CEE’S Mindahi Bastida to attend COP 25
December 2-13, 2019 in Madrid, Spain
on a panel at COP 24 in Katowice, Poland by Taiwan Youth Climate Coalition
CEE Readies for our first
West Coast Regional Minister’s Training!
Stay tuned for reports!
Union Theological Seminary Scholar in Residence and CEE Original Caretakers Fellow Geraldine Ann Patrick Encina will join the Brooklyn Public Library’s Series on Climate for
‘Parenting in the Age of Climate Change‘ this Wednesday, November 20th, 7 – 8:30 pm.
The Center for Earth Ethics is pleased to announce we are co-sponsoring a new series
Climate Commitments Project: Global Conversations.
The first conversation is scheduled for December 5th, 10:30 am CST / 11:30 EST.
CEE’s Director Karenna Gore to give Keynote Address at
Mount Sinai School of Medicine 2nd Annual Climate Conference in 2020