MLK Day in Dallas - Religion and Climate: Multifaith Perspectives | Texas Interfaith Power and Light
Leaders from Buddhist, Muslim, and Jain traditions will offer their perspectives on climate change, and we'll have time for questions and conversation. Together, we'll explore how action on climate is as an act of faith- and here, on Martin Luther King Day, we'll focus on how climate change impacts people and is connected to other forms of justice work, including racial justice. 9400 Plano Rd., Dallas, TX 75238. Ven Tashi Nyima of the New Jonang Buddhist Community. Please come, and invite your friends!
San Antonio IPL | Teaming With Wildlife: The State of Nature in Texas | October 16, 2014 | Texas Interfaith Power and Light
Wildlife Biologist Richard Heilbrun will present The State of Nature in Texas, and discuss emerging issues facing our state’s natural resources, including a grassroots effort to speak for the wildlife that cannot speak for themselves. Managing Texas’s critters and wild places means involving all Texans in the Conservation Conversation. Richard will discuss how we can participate in Keeping Texas Wild! Texas Interfaith Power And Light is a project of the Texas Interfaith Center For Public Policy.