Jim Seko, Ethical Society St. Louis member, will speak about reducing our carbon footprint. Jim is an engineer who was skeptical of climate change. After much research he became convinced the problem is real and quite serious. Having been on both sides of the global warming debate, it became clear that talking about the problem was solving nothing. Engineers enjoy the work of finding solutions, and Jim's research on solutions has resulted in some good news: The hard work of developing the technology to dramatically reduce our carbon footprint has already been done by scientists and engineers. Jim will walk us through the choices we have as individuals and help guide us in the best actions we can take now.
Before the program (9:30-10:15), join us for our monthly pancake breakfast fundraiser to benefit our future building fund. $5 donation for adults and $1 for kids requested. The breakfast crew invites one and all to come this Sunday to support this enjoyable social/ fundraising activity. We hope to continue the growth of our seed money towards a building of our own.