Popular "Spirituality & Environment" talk series adds Ethics in 2014

The fourth in a series of Spirituality and the Environment discussions at Beacon Institute will take place on Thursday, July 17, 7 pm at the Center for Environmental Innovation and Education at Denning's Point in Beacon. The popular series which began in 2011 to explore the role of spirituality in protecting the environment will expand in 2014 with the addition of Ethics to help break new ground on how to mobilize cultural will in the face of a dire crisis.

 Online registration is requested for this free event at www.bire.org/events.

 Spirituality, Ethics and the Environment will engage the expertise of Reverend Fletcher Harper, executive director of GreenFaith, Greg Kaebnick, bioethics research scholar for The Hastings Center and Hudson River environmentalist John Cronin in a conversation moderated by Pastor Frank Geer of St. Philip's Church in Garrison.