Happy New Year!
Sustainable Living will be the focus of a Faith Talks podcast live recording on Jan. 7 at 2 p.m. EST. Faith Talks is a podcast run by UMW (United Methodist Women).
2020 was historic in terms of the number of natural disasters, with weeks of raging, smoking wildfires in some parts of the country that left many struggling to breathe, while in other parts of the world people weathered tropical storms that destroyed communities and diminished livelihoods, and others yet suffered one of the hottest years ever recorded.
AND a global pandemic upended the U.S. and world economies and everyday life for millions.
While the incoming Presidential Administration must tackle a host of issues to make our environment safer and more sustainable, there are also things each of us as individuals, and as communities.
We have work to do—and we’ll discuss that on our Jan. 7 Faith Talks at 2 p.m. EST.
Guests will include:
• Elizabeth Chun Hye Lee, United Methodist Women’s Executive for Economic and Environmental Justice and Climate Justice Lead.
• Phyllis Terwilliger, UMW Be Just. Be Green Jurisdictional guide for Northeast, a UMW Susquehanna conference Social Action Coordinator in PA.
• Dr. Andrea Marpillero-Colomina, Clean Transportation Consultant at GreenLatinos.
• Laura Haight, U.S. Policy Director at the Partnership for Policy Integrity.
Jennifer R. Farmer, Faith Talks Host
United Methodist Women