Following our Palm Sunday service and coffee hour, we will host William Moomaw, of the Tufts University Fletcher School, for a lively discussion of the scientific and ethical dimensions of climate change. This event is free and open to the public.
Professor Moomaw was the Founding Director of the Fletcher School’s Center for International Environment and Resource Policy (established in 1992). His scholarly and policy research focuses on mitigation and adaptation to climate change, forestry, nitrogen pollution, and energy and water policy.
He serves on the Boards of several organizations that work on climate change, conservation, and consensus building. He is a chemist turned policy scientist with a Ph.D. from MIT, whose research focuses on integrating science and technology into international agreements.
There will be time for questions and answers after the program.