Experts to speak at Earth Day lunch forum in Solana Beach

Solana Beach Presbyterian Church is presenting an Earth Day lunch forum “The Church and the State Confront Climate Change: as Allies or Adversaries?”  The forum will be held on Sunday, April 22, from noon -1:30 p.m. in Debin Hall.

The Creation Care team at Solana Beach Presbyterian Church will host a forum that will include Dr. Dave Pierce, a leading climate scientist from Scripps Institute of Oceanography; Dr. April Maskiewicz, an environmental science professor from Pt. Loma Nazarene University; Lesa Heebner, a Solana Beach city council member; and Thia Hobson, a theologian from SBPC.

Bring your questions and concerns and join in this crucial conversation.  Please register on line www.solanapres.org  for the $5 lunch as soon as possible. The church campus is located at 120 Stevens Ave, Solana Beach, at the corner of Lomas Santa Fe and Stevens Ave.

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