Science-Faith Presentations

Science without religion is lame; Religion without science is blind.  -Albert Einstein

“Extreme Weather in a Warming World: Impacts on Ohio and Beyond”

AWilson_BioOur thanks to Aaron B. Wilson, Ph.D., Research Associate in the Polar Meteorology Group at the Byrd Polar & Climate Research Center (BPCRC) of The Ohio State University and active member of the State Climate Office of Ohio, for presenting “Extreme Weather in a Warming World: Impacts on Ohio and Beyond” for our State of the Climate video conference on March 10th, 2016. We thank our partners, The Ohio State University Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center and Trinity Lutheran Seminary.

A recording of the video conference is below:

 

January 22, 2015

ClimateConversations_1Our thanks to Dr. Joel Barker of Byrd Polar Research Center at the Ohio State University, and Ted Ford, President and CEO of Advanced Energy Economy for their presentations that provided up to date climate and clean energy information. Methodist Theological School in Ohio was our host site for the live presentation, which was broadcast to sites around Ohio (Xavier University, Cincinnati; Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland, United Theological School, Dayton; First Unitarian-Universalism Church of Columbus, and The Ohio State University.), for local discussions.

Our thanks to Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center for facilitating the video-conferencing and providing this video of the presentation.

Climate Conversation – January 2015 from Byrd Polar and Climate Center on Vimeo.

 

January 19, 2014:

photo 2Dr. Ellen Mosley Thompson of The Ohio State University Byrd Polar Research Center shared up-to-date information about climate change and local discussion with faith leaders and scientists followed her presentation.

For a Public News Service broadcast about this 2014 event and the importance of scientists and faith leaders to work together, click here.