Renewable Taos Lecture Series: This event will be rescheduled soon.

Rising to the Call: Faith Responses to the Climate Crisis

A Panel Discussion Among Taos Religious Leaders

Sunday, March 1, 5pm, at the St. James Episcopal Church Hall

Refreshments served – for information call 776-5007

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Father Mike Olsen, St. James Episcopal
Charles Doughty, Unitarian Universalist Congregation
Rabbi Paul Citrin, Taos Jewish Center
Deacon Jerry Quintana, Our Lady of Guadalupe
Pamela Parker, Tibetan Buddhist
Punya Upadhyaya of the Taos Hanuman Temple.

Moderator: Mirabai Starr

Sponsored by PPC Solar, Arjuna Capital, and Sol Luna Solar

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Video of the Month

The Case Against Burning Trees for Energy. a video from live science that explains why cutting trees and burning them for energy is not a good way to fight climate change.  Fire wood licenses in our forests allow harvesting of dead and down trees.  This video is sure to give rise to debate.



Coal Is the Dirtiest Fuel and it is the fuel used to produce the energy we consume in the Enchanted Circle.  The only reason that coal is "cheap," is our failure to put a price on the human and environmental costs that burning coals entails -- miner deaths, black lung diseases, many respiratory ailments and other diseases caused by breathing pollution, and most importantly climate change and the harm that it is creating.


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