Organizations and businesses around Lancaster County will celebrate Earth Day by sharing their expertise and services at the first-ever Lancaster County Climate Summit. The event, organized by climate-concerned citizens and action nonprofit RegenAll, will take place in venues across Lancaster City, each with its own thematic focus on the challenge of climate change.
The Climate Summit is expected to bring thousands of attendees through six themed sites in Lancaster City, where attendees can listen to experts, learn about local green service providers, and connect with existing action groups. More information about speakers and special guests will be available soon. IPC is proud that our One Water Partnership congregation Holy Trinity Lutheran Church and so many other congregations are serving as host sites. This shows that faith communities are leading the way and taking action!
Consider supporting IPC Board Member Pastor Steve Verkouw of Grace Lutheran Church at his "Our Chesapeake Bay" presentation at the First Presbyterian Church location.
The Climate Summit is a community-focused event for families, concerned citizens, and businesses to work together to advance climate awareness and find ways to take action in Lancaster County. More information about themes, locations, and speakers can be found on the event website, www.regenall.org/2023ClimateSummit/.
Locations across Lancaster City:
The Ware Center: Overview / Finance
Tellus360: Home Energy, Buildings & Materials, Cities
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church: Transportation / Faith-Based Climate Action
St. James Episcopal Church: Food & Land
First Presbyterian Church: Water
First Reformed Church: Public Health / Environmental Justice
RegenAll is a primary sponsor of this first-of-its-kind, community-wide event.
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