Join us for a series of interactive live virtual events for Katharine Hayhoe’s newest book, Saving Us: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World.
Learn how the values you already hold dear, whether family, a vibrant community, or the beauty of creation, connect you to the problem of climate change. Most importantly, learn how to talk about climate change with your friends and family. According to Katharine Hayhoe, talking about climate change is one of our most essential tools for stopping the climate crisis.
You will have the opportunity to hear from Dr. Hayhoe in a live webinar on October 21st at 8 pm ET. Love Your Place members get access to the book club and a special meet-and-greet with Dr. Hayhoe before the webinar. Click here to become a member of Love Your Place.
Go from theory to practice with three virtual book club discussions, and interact with other book club participants through our exclusive online community.
- October 28th, 8 pm ET: Does lifestyle matter in the fight against climate change? Special guest Brittany Michalski, Climate Stewards USA, a program of A Rocha USA
- November 4th, 8 pm ET: How can I affect policy and systems change? Special guest Mitch Hescox, Executive Director of Evangelical Environmental Network
- November 11th, 8 pm ET: Where can we find hope? Special guest Dr. Rick Lindroth, Ecologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
All Book Club participants have access to recordings of live webinars and the Love Your Place online community until December 21, 2021.