Kathleen Dean Moore “wants future generations to have a world that is rich with possibilities, where her granddaughter can hear the sound of frog songs.”

As part of the Moral Ground Movement,  Kathleen and over 100 other contributors ask the question, What will move people to act to save their beloved Earth?

To learn more about this movement, join in a conversation with Scott Russell Sanders, Kathleen Dean Moore, and Bill McKibben on January 18 at 7 pm eastern time to discuss the moral imperative of taking action on the climate crisis. The important new book Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril explores the notion of the ethical duty to take meaningful action to curb climate change.

This is a unique opportunity to hear from some leading voices in this ethical action discussion, and to share your own thoughts and questions.

When: 7 pm Eastern time, 4 pm Pacific, January 18. This is a free event, but normal long distance rates apply.

Call in using these numbers:
Access code: 581688569#

If you find that line is full or busy, join us by using this secondary number:
Access code: 452001681#

This conversation will be moderated by Orion Magazine staffers and recorded. The audio will be made available for listening at any time on Orion’s website.

Feel free to email your questions or thoughts for the panelists in advance to: ehoffner@orionmagazine.org

Additionally, Kathleen Dean Moore will be reading at Powell’s Philosophy Café on February 6th, 2011.

4:00 pm
Powell’s Books
1005 W Burnside
Portland, OR