Tue23Jan201812:00pm - 1:00pmZOOM Webinar
There are multiple benefits of electric vehicles: ditching oil, cleaning the air, spending less to maintain your vehicle, and protecting Creation! But what you may not know is that owning an EV is getting simpler and more cost effective all the time. Rebates for electric vehicles, a growing number of charging stations, and creative ways of buying new or pre-owned EVs are making EVs more accessible and practical.
This webinar will address all the issues above plus provide information on how your congregation can install an EV Charging Station.
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Wed24Jan2018Thu25Jan2018The California Endowment's Oakland Conference Center, in Downton Oakland, CA.
Why Should Californians Attend This Unique Conference?
From high levels of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), to job and financial struggles, racism and other forms of inequity and injustice, traumatic stress is epidemic today. Climate change will aggravate all of these existing adversities, and add many new ones as well. Yet, California is leading the U.S. in finding innovative new ways to address personal, family, and community traumas--and on reducing carbon emissions. This conference will show how, by breaking down silos and connecting these issues, California can also lead the nation in building widespread levels of individual and psycho-social-spiritual resilience that prevents harmful human reactions to the hardships generated by rising temperatures while advancing social equity and motivating people to reduce carbon emissions.
The Rev. Sally Bingham will be a speaker at this important event.
Fri16Mar20189:00am - 5:00pmThe California Institute of Integral Studies - Namaste Hall
Climate change disproportionately affects women, especially women in the Global South, women of color, and women in poor communities. In addition, recent research shows that environmental practices are considered emasculating to men. Together in this one-day conference, we explore the various ways that gender intersects with the field of religion and ecology.
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