Jan. 18, 2021

Humanism provides an answer to resolving the climate crisis

Humanism provides an answer to resolving the climate crisis

Mary-Anne Cosgrove (pictured) is the acting chair of Humanists Australia.

She puts a strong case for the adoption and implementation of the values and ideals of humanism in our approach to dealing with the climate crisis.

The Canberra-based interim president is well versed in all aspects of modern communications technology and so has used it to consolidate the humanist movement through Australia.

During our conversation, Mary-Anne mentioned two upcoming events she felt people might be interested in and they can be found at: Humanists Australia Meetup Group https://www.meetup.com/Humanists-Australia/ (That meetup with Andrew Copson is Wednesday, January 20. You can also register for it without joining Meetup at https://communities.humanistsaustralia.org/rainbow-copson-20-jan-21).

Music for Climate Conversations is provided courtesy of the Melbourne-based, Music for a Warming World.


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