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Katharine Hayhoe in conversation with Climate Outreach’s founder George Marshall - University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford

John Stott London Lecture 2017 Climate and Faith in the Public Arena - All Souls Langham Place, London

Katharine Hayhoe in conversation with Climate Outreach’s founder George Marshall

15th November, 7.00 pm – 9.30 pm
University Church of St Mary the Virgin, High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BJ

 

Katharine Hayhoe has been named one of FORTUNE’s ‘World’s Greatest Leaders’, TIME’s ‘100 Most Influential People’ and Huffington Post’s ‘20 Climate Champions’. She is a climate scientist, Professor at Texas Tech University and will be coming to Oxford on Wednesday 15th November 2017 as a guest of Climate Outreach.

Katharine’s ‘Global Weirding’ podcasts are a delight to watch and have taken social media by storm. An evangelical Christian based in Texas, Katherine has pioneered a way of talking about climate change that truly engages people as human beings and reaches even the most resistant of audiences.

At this not-to-be-missed event, Katharine will be in conversation with Climate Outreach’s founder George Marshall about how we can use community values to get people on board with climate change, why social science is more effective than statistics, graphs and facts in engaging people, and why we all need to get talking, and keep talking, about climate change.

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John Stott London Lecture 2017 Climate and Faith in the Public Arena

16th November 2017, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
All Souls Langham Place, 2 All Souls' Pl, London, W1B 3DA

 

Lecturer: Dr Katharine Hayhoe

As scientific evidence builds, so does vocal opposition, much of it from religious conservatives. Why is climate change so polarizing, and how can shared values move us past the barriers we face? Katharine Hayhoe combines biblical Christian faith, academic climate science, insights from psychology and sociology, and a winsome communication style that has led her to being named one of TIME’s 100 most influential people and one of Fortune’s ‘world’s greatest leaders’.

6:30pm – Refreshments

7:15pm – Welcome and Lecture

See link for details eventbrite.co.uk/climate-and-faith-in-the-public-arena