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Dr. Patricia DeMarco, Director of the Rachel Carson Institute at Chatham University, spoke on January 22, 2017 at the New York Society for Ethical Culture about “Climate Change as a Moral Imperative.”
Earth bears the scars from 150 years of industrialization. To transition quickly from an economy that depends on fossil material – oil, gas and coal, synthetic chemicals – to a system that operates on a renewable and sustainable base requires a commitment to the well-being of future generations. In the 21st century, the cumulative consequences of human behavior now threaten the viability of all life on earth. The window of opportunity to change direction may be very narrow, the remaining time to take a corrective course, very brief. The way forward requires a moral commitment to preserve the living earth for the future, not a set of technical options.
Find more Platforms from New York Society for Ethical Culture here.
Looking forward to this program at Susquehanna Valley Ethical Society/ Ethical HumanismToday's program planned and brought to us by our Millennials! In honor of MLK and our recognition of the work we have yet to do.
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