Trevor Spencer is a former pastor and youth minister. We talk about why he left the ministry, running an online business, open theism, being a rebel, evolution & creationism, wealth & faith, servant leadership, if America should be a Christian nation, and what would change his mind.Continue reading EP #5 – Revision with Trevor Spencer
A former EPA administrator who led the implementation of the Clean Air Act, a high school biology and environmental science teacher who’s worked with beluga whales and pinnipeds, the Citizens Climate Lobby Regional Director of the Great Lakes Region, and two youthful voices speaking out on the issue of climate change get together to speak on this panel event in Indianapolis to discuss climate change solutions.
Fergus Baumann is the Founder of a New York based environmental activist group called Climo that formed in 2017.
Its current mission is to raise money for a revolutionary technology using Solar Thermal Electrochemical Process (STEP) to convert atmospheric CO2 into usable carbon nanofibers.
Dori is an environmental planner, climate activist, and educator. She works with non-profits, governments, universities, and faith communities to promote energy efficiency, renewable energy, eco-justice, and waste reduction and reuse.
She is the statewide coordinator and group leader with Citizens’ Climate Lobby, an organization working to create the political will for a livable world by passing Climate Change Legislation, and a board member with Hoosier Interfaith Power & Light. She also works with students at Butler University in Indiana.
My first guest, Peter Sinclair, has a ton of experience with the topic of climate change and debating deniers. He is an award winning, independent, climate educator, videographer, graphic artist, and has been an active voice for climate change for many years.
In this episode, Peter lays down a solid foundation on the topic of climate change and denial for chapter one. I chime in here and there but for the most part, I let him do the talking. And there’s a lot to be said, but he says a lot in just under one hour!