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March 2019

Catherine Flowers to Testify for Congressional Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment

Mar 7

The Clean Water State Revolving Fund: How Federal Infrastructure Investment Can Help Communities Modernize Water Infrastructure and Address Affordability Challenges CEE's Catherine Flowers to testify before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment LiveStream Here at 10 am, Thursday, March 7th Agenda Background information to be released soon. Witnesses: Mayor David A. Condon, City of Spokane, Washington, on behalf of the United States Conference of Mayors Mr. John Mokszycki, Water and Sewer Superintendent, Town of Greenport,…

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A Moral Call to Action on the Climate Crisis in Atlanta

Mar 14
Ebenzer Baptist Church, 101 Jackson Street, NE
Atlanta, GA
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In the tradition of the mass meetings of the Civil Rights Movement, Former Vice President Al Gore and Bishop William J. Barber II will join Reverend Dr. Raphael G. Warnock and other local faith leaders to gather inspiration from religious texts, and bear witness to the injustice of the climate crisis. The mass meeting takes place alongside a three-day environmental justice and climate activist training taking place March 14th-16th. CEE's Karenna Gore, Catherine Coleman Flowers, and Genie Cooper to attend. 7:00 PM,…

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April 2019

CEE’s Karenna Gore to speak on Earth Ethics and Justice with Earthjustice Attorney, Eve Gartner, at CTAUN Conference

Apr 5
United Nations Headquarters, First Avenue and 45th Street
New York City, NY
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“OUR PLANET – OUR CRISIS – WHAT’S NEXT?” CTAUN’s annual conference – Our Planet – Our Crisis – What’s Next? – scheduled for April 5, 2019, will have a special science component and materials addressing ways in which teachers can effect these changes in their classrooms. We urge active educators and young people to join us in meeting this great challenge of our time. This conference will highlight major issues affecting our environment, and showcase efforts underway by UN agencies, governments, NGOs…

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May 2019

Virginians for Justice: Progress Not Pipelines!

May 17 at 11:00 am to May 18 at 4:00 pm

On May 17 and 18, Virginians from all across the state will unite in common cause to oppose unjust and unneeded fracked-gas pipelines anywhere in the Commonwealth, and to stand in solidarity for environmental justice and the climate. Join us, along with featured speakers Rev. William J. Barber, II on May 17 and CEE Director, Karenna Gore on May 18. #noMVP #noACP We hope you can attend one or both events! MAY 17: Please RSVP through EventBrite! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/end-environmental-racism-now-march-with-union-hill-tickets-60779116975?aff=ebdssbdestsearch Meet at…

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Karenna Gore in Dialogue at St. Barts with Peter DeMenocal

May 22 at 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
St. Bart’s NYC, 325 Park Ave
New York, NY
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St. Bart's - NYC church focuses on Earth stewardship this spring! CEE's Director, Karenna Gore to join Peter de Menocal on May 22nd! Join us for an evening with Karenna Gore, Director of Union Theological Seminary's Center for Earth Ethics. A leading activist at the intersection of religion and the environment, she will reflect on faith, science, and love for the earth in conversation with Peter DeMenocal, Dean of Science, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Columbia University and founding Director of the Center…

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Ministry In The Time Of Climate Change 2019

May 30 to Jun 1
Methodist Theological School in Ohio, 3081 Columbus Pike
Deleware, Ohio 43015
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The 2019 Minister's Training will be held at Methodist Theological School in Ohio in partnership with MTSO, the Climate Reality Project and the Initiative for Food and AgriCultural Transformation at Ohio State University. “The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all. It is the healer and restorer and resurrector, by which disease passes into health, age into youth, death into life. Without proper care for it we can have no community, because without proper…

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Justice in Nature: Questions of Place, Space and Planetary Survival (Part II)

May 30 at 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Patagonia, 414 West 14th Street
New York City, NY
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Leading questions for the presentation on Planetary Survival: 1. From social justice to climate justice, how did we get here? 2. People or Polar Bears, do we have a choice? Key words to be discussed throughout the night will consist of: the outdoors, lived environments and built environments. Please join us for a conversation with Dr. Gregory Simpson - who holds a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry and master degrees in Theology - as we make connections between our personal choices and protection…

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June 2019

The Art of Earth-Honoring Devotion with Radhanath Swami and Friends

Jun 4 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
The Bhakti Center, 25 1st Avenue
New York City, NY
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The Sacred Ecology Forum invites you to a special conversation at the Bhakti Center to celebrate World Environment Day. Please join for a dialogue with Radhanath Swami, global Krishna-bhakti teacher and author of the bestselling book The Journey Within; Dena Merriam, the founder of the Global Peace Initiative for Women; and Mindahi Bastida, the Director of the Original Caretakers Program at the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary. These radical and inspiring spiritual mentors will help us explore the practice of eco-bhakti…

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2019 Pulitzer Conference: Beyond Religion

Jun 8 at 1:30 pm to Jun 9 at 12:30 pm
National Press Club, 529 14th Street NW,
Washington, D.C.,
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Each year, the Pulitzer Center’s annual conference spotlights some of our best journalism projects in leading news outlets to explore a theme that illuminates the most pressing issues of our time. With our in-depth, prize-winning journalism as the focus, we bring together diverse perspectives on reporting and how global issues affect us at home. This year we’re exploring  the intersection of religion with climate change, global health, conflict and peacebuilding, gender rights, fundamentalism, and much more. Join us for a…

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SacredWater: Our First Medicine with Grandmother Carole

Jun 22 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Hudson River Maritime Museum

The event is co-sponsored by Water Is Life Walks, Schaghticoke First Nations, Beyond the 7th Fire, Learning Lab for Resiliency, Tribal Harmony, Center for Earth Ethics and the Hudson River Maritime Museum. Riverkeeper invites the public to a free event to welcome Grandmother Carole, who is walking from the source of Muhheakantuck (the Hudson River) in the Adirondack Mountains to its mouth at New York Harbor. This is Grandmother Carole’s 9th Water is Life Walk, and the first for the…

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