On December 6, Eureka resident Larry Lazar and colleagues will lead a presentation and discussion about Global Warming/Climate Change at the Ethical Society of St. Louis
The speakers will be Dr. Lucas Sabalka, professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at St. Louis University, Brian Ettling, a National Park Ranger from Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, and Larry Lazar, an analyst at a consumer products company and Eureka resident.
The speakers will address human influenced global warming/climate change with the Climate Reality Project Mission of engaging the public in conversation about “our” problem.
Real solutions, systemic solutions, and innovative solutions can only come when we address them together.
Topics to be presented and discussed:
- What is Global Warming/Climate Change?
- How do we know it’s really happening?
- How we know human activities are responsible?
- What are the consequences?
- Is there a scientific consensus?
- Scientific Credibility: Who to trust and why?
- What are some Ethical Considerations?
- What can be done? What are the solutions?
- What is Gov’t role? Private enterprise?
- What can concerned citizens do to become involved?
Without doubt. Without delay. Come join the conversation about how to solve the climate crisis. Questions from those present will be welcomed. So bring your questions along with your ethical and moral courage.
Date: Thursday, December 6
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Location: St. Louis Ethical Society
Address: 9001 Clayton Road St. Louis, MO 63117