Tools for collaboration between Montana’s faith leaders and scientists on behalf of our climate.
Would you like to bring your faith and/or science interests collaboratively to the social conversation surrounding positive change for the world’s climate?
Friday & Saturday, October 12 & 13
Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture
Faith, Science & Climate Action (FSCA) will hold a conference to empower faith- and science-oriented individuals and communities to learn how to act collaboratively on climate change and environmental justice issues.
The FSCA conference will provide:
- resources, networks, and project ideas for congregations and local communities.
- workshops and national speakers that address education, inspiration, and tools related to local issues.
- opportunities to build community and network.
- thoughts and tools for engaging in broader public advocacy.
The event will start at 4p on Friday with registration, a no-host reception, dinner, and speaker. Saturday activities begin at 8a with light breakfast, followed by the official Welcome, then a webinar with Q&A. Presentations will follow throughout the day, breaking for a boxed lunch, with some options in content with parallel presentations. The event culminates in a panel discussion, ending at 4p.
We'll have more detailed info on presentations, presenters, food options, and sign up on Eventbrite very soon.
Check back soon as we provide more information and/or follow us on facebook.com/fscaconference.
Organizing Partners of Montana Faith & Environment Coalition
- Center for Large Landscape Conservation
- The Episcopal Church
- Faith and Climate Action Montana
- Gallatin Valley Interfaith Network
- Montana Association of Christians
- The Montana Interfaith Association
- MSU Catholic Campus Ministry
- The Wilderness Society