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December 22, 2014

Dallas Interfaith Power & Light's Discussion on Climate Justice

How should people of faith respond to issues like climate change? What do religious leaders have to say about environmental issues that challenge humanity? Join Dallas Interfaith Power and Light on January 19, at 7pm, for an interfaith panel discussion on the religious response to climate change and other environmental concerns. Together, we'll explore how action on climate is an act of faith - and here, on Martin Luther King Day, we'll focus on how climate change impacts people and is connected to other forms of justice work, including racial justice. The Buddhist, Muslim, and Hindu faiths are represented by our panel speakers, the Venerable Tashi Nyima, Dr. Hind Jarrah, and Dr. Pankaj Jain respectively. Learn about our speakers