Science, Justice, Faith and Care for the Earth
An interdisciplinary discussion on Pope Francis' Encyclical Letter, Laudato Si'
In May 2015, the Vatican released a Papal encyclical titled Laudato Si'. It contains an unprecedented theological and geopolitical framework for tackling climate change.
Reflecting on this monumental task, a panel of eminent speakers will gather exploring the science, faith, and intersectionality of climate change.
Please RSVP above and join us at the Cruciform Building, UCL, Room B404 LT-2 on 6th February, 7 pm, for this free event. The entrance to the Cruciform Building is on the west side of Gower Street, between Grafton Way and University Street. See http://www.ucl.ac.uk/maps/cruciform-building . Drinks and reception to follow.
Event is organised by the Newman House Chaplaincy and Westminster Justice and Peace. Further details of speakers and format will be published forthwith.
Professor Clare Grey, Cambridge
Materials Chemist, Lithium Air Battery project leader
Rev. Dr. Martin Poulsom SDB, Heythrop
Professor Anne Power, LSE
Climate Change and Social Policy
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Richard Solly, London Mining Network
Co-ordinator of the advocacy group London Mining Network