Unitarians and Unitarian Universalists have had a reputation throughout their history as people who do things. However, as human population soars to the 9 billion mark and climate change, if unchecked, makes life under the equator intolerable (with consequent millions fleeing to more liveable places) is there anything anybody can do? Which NGOs are most useful at this time? What policies should we be asking our governments to pursue? As a small group, could we specialise in letter-writing to fulfil our Unitarian mission?
The complete talk given by Jan Tendys, 7 October, 2012, can be read here.
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