FREE PUBLIC EVENT: Trinity Western University’s Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences and CSCA’s Vancouver chapter present an in-person seminar with Rea Klar and Sarah Demian (TWU Students who attended COP 27 in Egypt). This event is funded by a Supporting Structures grant from Scholarship & Christianity In Oxford) and CSCA.
Rea Klar & Sarah Demian (TWU students)
"Why Climate Change is the Biggest Global Issue of our Time: Reflections on Attending COP 27"
Friday | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | DeVries Centre (Auditorium), Trinity Western University
Why Climate Change is the Biggest Global Issue of our Time: Reflections on Attending COP 27
Join Trinity Western University students Rea Klar and Sarah Demian as they present their discoveries on climate change as observers at COP 27, hosted in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. They will be sharing their personal reflections on COP 27 from a Christian perspective. In addition to this, this event will consider the nature of climate change, how human health intersects with it, mass migration, and global water scarcity. Furthermore, the approaches the United Nations are taking to combat climate change will also be discussed, alongside advice on how we can help make a positive impact as stewards of Creation.