We actually do have a coal-fired power plant in Washington state. The Faith ad Environment Network is leading a discussion about it Wednesday evening:
Faith, Climate and Coal
The Faith and Environment Network invites you to join the discussion in person tomorrow Wednesday June, 9th at 6:30pm. Earth Ministry and the Faith and Environment Network are hosting a gathering that will include:
-Clergy reflections on the oil spill in the Gulf
-An overview of coal pollution in Washington State
-The American Power Act, an important climate and energy bill now in the U.S. Senate.
-Action items will include an opportunity to weigh in with Spokane-area state senator Lisa Brown on coal issues and how to speak up for clean energy at the federal level.
The discussion will take place at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, located at 330 E Boone on the Gonzaga Campus. We’ll meet in the Antonian Room in the parish center across the street from the church.
For more information check out the Earth Ministry website: http://earthministry.org/
Want more food for thought? Check out our newest blog entry by Pastor Tom Soeldner: http://faithandenvironmentnetwork.org/
The Faith and Environment Network
1428 W Broadway, Spokane, WA 99201