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Climate Change Seminar in Dublin

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Come along to an important Climate Change Awareness Seminar in Dublin on 26th April

NOW BOOKED OUT BUT THERE IS A WAITING LIST!

The Church and Society Commission (CASC) of the Church of Ireland is issuing an invitation to church leaders and their congregations from all denominations to attend an information morning addressing issues surrounding climate change on Thursday 26th April from 10am-1pm in the Science Gallery, Trinity College, Pearse Street, Dublin 2It will conclude with a light lunch at 1pm. Attendance is free. See timetable attached.

 The Science of Climate Change  Professor John Sweeney, Emeritus Professor of Geography, Maynooth University

 Joining the Dots on Climate Justice– Dr. Lorna Gold, Trócaire

Theology and Environmental Ethics in a Changing Climate –Dr Cathriona RussellDungannon and Beresford Assistant Professor in Theology, Trinity College Dublin

Hosted by the Archbishop of Dublin, The Most Revd Michael Jackson and Archdeacon Andrew Orr, Chair of Eco-Congregation Ireland

Venue – Science Gallery Trinity College, Pearse Street, Dublin 2 (Studio 1) https://dublin.sciencegallery.com/find_us

Date- Thursday 26th April 2018

 

Timetable:

10.00: Registration and tea/coffee

10.30: Opening Remarks: The Most Reverend Michael Jackson, Archbishop of Dublin

10.35: Speaker: The Science of Climate Change, Professor John Sweeney, Emeritus Professor of Geography, Maynooth University

11.15 Speaker: Joining the Dots on Climate Justice, Dr. Lorna Gold, Trócaire

11.55: Comfort Break

12.05: Speaker: Theology and Environmental Ethics in a Changing Climate, Dr Cathriona Russell, Assistant Professor, Religions and Theology, Trinity College Dublin

12.45: Plenary

12.55: Closing Remarks: The Venerable Andrew Orr, Archdeacon of Ossory & Leighlin and Chair of Eco-Congregation Ireland

13.00: Lunch

Booking email: seminar@ireland.anglican.org / +353 (0)14125 608

 

How to find the Science Gallery:

Location: The Naughton Institute, Pearse Street, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2.

Walk: The Pearse Street entrance of Trinity College Dublin, opposite The Academy Building, and around the corner from Westland Row and Pearse Street station.

Bus: 44, 61 to Pearse St Station or 1, 44, 47, 56a, 61, 77A to Sandwith St. dublinbus.ie

LUAS: Nearest stop is Dawson Street.

Train: DART and suburban train services stop at Pearse Street Station. irishrail.ie

Park: The nearest 24hr car park is in Fleet Street, Temple Bar. parkrite.ie

Dublin Bike: The closest Dublin Bike station is right outside on Pearse Street dublinbikes.ie

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