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On the Eighth Day: A New Path for Our Imperiled Planet

by Eliza Perez on

People trying to save our planet from catastrophic climate change navigate the world according to the ethical values they hold in order to take responsibility for their world. 

Kathleen Dean Moore is Distinguished Professor of Environmental Philosophy Emerita at Oregon State University and coeditor of the award-winning book Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril. As a philosopher and nature writer, Moore makes a moral argument for doing the right thing for the Earth’s future—its environment, animals, and people.

On Thursday, February 5, Moore will give a talk, “On the Eighth Day: A New Path for Our Imperiled Planet,” about why changes to our lifestyle to slow climate change are critical.  

We hope you can join us!

On the Eighth Day: A New Path for Our Imperiled Planet

Evening Lecture: Thursday, Feb. 5, 7 p.m.

Holt Center at Trinity University

106 Oakmont Court, on the corner

 

Free and open to the public

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