After Paris: Climate & Religion

David Brower Center

What role can faith play in motivating our leaders towards sustainable change?

How can faith-based work bring activists together across communities?

On Tuesday, March 15, 7 pm, Mary Evelyn Tucker, co-director of Yale?s Forum on Religion and Ecology, will speak on the climate movement and faith post-COP 21 at the David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley.

A Senior Lecturer and Research Scholar at Yale, Tucker is the author or editor of numerous volumes on religious environmentalism. A Q&A moderated by Reverend MaAn Barcelo of the Alameda Interfaith Climate Action Network will follow Tucker?s remarks. Tickets are on a sliding scale ($10-$30) and can be purchased online at

2150 Allston Way, Berkeley