Date: Wednesday, Sept. 12
Time: 7-9 p.m.
Register By: Sept. 5
Mr. Cook will highlight the connection between sacred texts and creation-consciousness, or an ecological spirituality, which mobilizes religious communities to address the climate change crisis. In light of climate change denial, he will explore current science and weather-data, while also examining present and future climate challenges.
Joseph L. Cook currently is the Environmental Planner/Coordinator for Cherokee Nation Business Services here in San Antonio. Joseph holds several advanced degrees in the fields of Entomology, Business, and theology. He has extensive service in U.S. Military branches, in particular as a Captain in the Army and as instructor and manager of various departments in the Navy.