The University Unitarian Church and its Climate Action Team present a series of events focused on climate change January 25-31. These events are free of charge and open to the public. The church is located at 6556 35th Ave NE in Seattle. More information is available at uuchurch.org/social-justice/climate-action/.
Free and open to the public • uuchurch.org/climateweek
Sunday, January 25 – SPEAKER
Kathleen Dean Moore, coeditor of Moral Ground and Rachelle McCabe, pianist, 7pm
Against Rachmanino’s thunderous conjuring of the end of the world, Moore issues a strong call to life in a time of extinctions. This is the inaugural Fleagle Lecture for outstanding leaders and thinkers in liberal religion and social action. Doors open at 6:30pm
Tuesday, January 27 – FILM
Years of Living Dangerously #5, 7pm
Years of Living Dangerously is an award-winning documentary on climate change. Episode 5 highlights Governor Jay Inslee’s efforts to address climate issues. Doors open at 6:30pm.
Wednesday, January 28 – COMEDY
Yoram Bauman, Stand-up Economist, 7pm
Yoram Bauman is a PhD economist who makes a living as “the world’s first and only stand-up economist”. He is the co-author of The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change and is also a leader of the CarbonWA.org campaign to bring a revenue-neutral carbon tax to Washington State and beyond. Doors open at 6:30pm.
Friday, January 30 – MUSICAL
Climate Monologues by Sharon Abreu, 7pm
A one-woman musical show that brings to life the stories of real people affected by climate change and working to solve the climate crisis. Doors open at 6:30pm.
Saturday, January 31 – RESOURCES
Climate Action Festival – Resources for Change, 1-4pm
Learn how you and your family can take action against climate change.
Test drive a Tesla or electric bike • Learn about solar panels • Calculate your carbon footprint
350.org • Sierra Club • Seattle City Light • Seattle Electric Vehicle Association • and more!
All events are at University Unitarian Church, 6556 35th Avenue NE, Seattle