Hear this moving climate change and morality discussion. The discussion about the common threads among the religions is especially inspirational and refreshing in our divisive time. This is an encore presentation of a multi-faith talk with 4 religious leaders of 4 different faiths subtly delving into the communalities about climate change among these religions.
• Quaiser Abdullah Ph.D., Imam at Quba Institute and professor of Adult and Organizational Development, Temple University
• Sister Mary Elizabeth Clark, from Sisters of St. Joseph Earth Center, and Sustainability Assistant to the President of Chestnut Hill College
• Reverend Mitchell C. Hescox, President/CEO of the Evangelical Environmental Network
• Rabbi Malkah Binah Klein, co-chair of the Philadelphia Chapter of Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Light
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