Patrick Cage Returning For Three-Conference Tour

3/23/2016

Patrick Cage with the US Chief Climate
Negotiator Todd Stern  just hours
before Mr. Stern signed the
Paris COP21 agreement.
Former MACUCC Environmental Justice Intern Patrick Cage, who attended the historic Climate Conference in Paris this past December, will be speaking at churches in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island April 10 - April 17. 

Cage will talk about exciting global developments at the Climate Conference. He will also discuss how anyone can be a part of the effort to tackle climate change, focusing on particular areas where individual participation can be especially important.

Cage served as the Massachusetts Conference's first environmental justice intern for six months in 2015. He is currently a Fellow for the Carbon Institute of the GHG (Greenhouse Gas) Management Institute. 

Cage still has some availability to visit local churches - anyone interested in hosting him should contact Patti Babcock at babcockp@macucc.org.

His schedule:
  • Sunday, April 10, 9:30 AM: Newman Congregational Church, UCC, Rumford RI, 401-431-1972
  • Tuesday, April 12:  St. John’s Episcopal Church, Vernon, CT, 860-872-0517
  • Wednesday, April 13, 2:00 PM: First Congregational Church, Old Lyme, CT, 860-434-8686
  • Wednesday, April 13, 7:00 PM: First Church of Christ Congregational, West Hartford, CT, 860-233-9605
  • Sunday, April 17, 10:30 AM: Church of the Covenant, Boston MA, 617-266-7480
For more information about any of his appearances, please contact the host church.

 


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