Join us on Thursday, January 20, 7:00 p.m. EST, for a presentation by educator/activist Tim Darst, who will address the topic, “Seeking Climate Justice at the Intersection of Race, Immigration and the Environment.”
We will explore how environmental problems impact the poor and vulnerable first and hardest and how that is exacerbated by climate change. Join this in-depth discussion of these evolving issues that are impacting a growing number of people around the world and in your own community. We will not just look at the problems but also delve into practical solutions that we can all be a part of.
Tim Darst is the Executive Director Emeritus of Kentucky Interfaith Power & Light in Louisville, an adjunct professor in the Environmental Studies Department at Bellarmine University and teaches Environmental Justice and Sustainable Development at the University of Louisville. He has an MA in Sustainability and Environmental Management from Harvard University and a MAT in Environmental Education from the University of Louisville.