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Center for Inquiry Michigan Message Board › CFI MI :: Thinking Green: Ethics for a Small Planet - April 27th

CFI MI :: Thinking Green: Ethics for a Small Planet - April 27th

Jennifer B.
Group Organizer
Grand Rapids, MI
Join us for the next CFI Michigan lecture with Dr. Karel Rogers.

Dr. Karel Rogers will give a lecture on her new book Thinking Green: Ethics for a Small Planet. In her book Karel goes beyond the "run of the mill environmental books" that offers traditional ways to save the planet. Although her book promotes a green way of life, it goes deeper than the environmentalists' mantra of recycling, conservation, and self-deprivation to open a vital dialogue on personal and environmental ethics.

Join us for an a fascinating introduction on how to begin working to solve our current global social/environmental/economic crisis, examine the underlying semantic constructs of Americans, and discover the key to to mankind's long-term viability: promotion of diversity, a commitment to live on current solar income, the habit of renewing resources, and meeting opportunities and problems with information-rich solutions.

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