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One People, One Earth Forum

A group called Alaska Interfaith Power & Light showcased perspectives on climate change from the faith, science and Native communities.

A diverse panel convened at the Egan Lecture Hall Saturday, February 18 to spread their message to college students and community members: it is a moral imperative to take action on human-accelerated climate change. A group called Alaska Interfaith Power & Light showcased perspectives on climate change from the faith, science and Native communities. The group has also hosted panels in Fairbanks and Anchorage.  Audience-members took part in their “One People, One Earth” climate initiative to teach greater respect for the earth and for each other by acting on climate change. Audience members also signed a petition calling upon President Barack Obama to regulate greenhouse gases and carbon air pollution.

 
 

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