Sure, most of us know that burning fossil fuels contributes to climate change. But how can organizations and households prioritize actions that reduce their use of fossil fuels? This is the question that Rob Tyser will address in his first of two presentations for UU La Crosse. This service is one of three being planned and organized by our Green Sanctuary team as a way to bring more attention to the environmental issues and concerns that impact all of us, both in our community and globally. In addition to Rob’s presentation, Alysa Remsburg and Susan McParker will introduce some of the guiding principles of the UUA’s Green Sanctuary program. Please consider attending this important services to learn more about our Green Sanctuary and how you can help create a greener today and tomorrow!
Rob Tyser grew up in a small rural community in southeastern Nebraska and in a family that valued camping, farming, and other outdoor activities. He served as a faculty member in the Department of Biology at UW-La Crosse, where his favorite courses were ecology, evolution, and ornithology. Since retirement he has been active in local sustainability organizations and in the Mississippi Valley Conservancy. He is a member of the First Congregational Church and participates in a small Buddhist study group.
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Topics: Green Sanctuary