With record high temperatures in many places, including in our northwestern states and news reports of placing reflective plastic sheeting on Alpine glaciers, what are we to make of global warming?
What data is most probative? What technologies might slow or reduce climate change – wind and solar, carbon capture, nuclear fusion, more efficient engines, huge batteries, a carbon tax? Who will pay for changing our ways of generating electricity and acquiring new technologies – consumers, owners or taxpayers?
In particular, are there Caux Round Table principles which when applied to businesses, governments and individuals, would provide action agendas as moral imperatives?
Your insights, concerns and recommendations on these and related questions are most timely.
Please join us at 9:00 am on Tuesday, July 27, at Landmark Center to discuss.
Registration and a light breakfast will begin at 8:30 am.
The cost to attend is $10.00 per person.
Space is limited to 25 attendees.
To register, please email Jed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event will last about 2 hours.