April 23, 2014, 3:00pm ET - 4:30pm ET
About This EventIn his new film "Noah," Oscar-nominated director Darren Aronofsky explores issues of faith and environmentalism. As the threat of climate change becomes more apparent, faith advocates are providing a crucial moral voice to call for responsible stewardship of the planet and its creatures. They are joining forces with environmental allies at the local, state, and national levels to bring about personal and policy changes that respond to climate change. Please join the Center for American Progress, The Sierra Club, and Climate Desk for a discussion of the themes within "Noah" and the larger intersection of environmentalism and faith-based advocacy and collaborations in combating climate change.
Sally Steenland, Director, Faith and Progressive Policy Initiative, Center for American Progress
Darren Aronofsky, Director, producer, and co-writer of Noah
Ari Handel, Co-writer, "Noah"
Danielle Baussan, Managing Director, Energy Policy, Center for American Progress
Michael Brune, Executive Director, Sierra Club
Jack Jenkins, Senior Writer and Researcher, Faith and Progressive Policy, Center for American Progress
Chris Mooney, correspondent, Climate Desk
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