Wednesday night

Changing Climate and Constant Faith

May 1, 2019 5:30 PM
Knollwood Building B, Fellowship Hall

Why does climate policy matter for persons of faith? Stan Meiburg, director of WFU's graduate program in sustainability, joins us to explore that question.

Dr. Meiburg was the acting deputy administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from 2014 to 2017, the culmination of a 39-year career with the EPA. He received EPA’s Distinguished Career Service Award, EPA’s Gold Medal for his work on the Clean Air Act Amendments, the Commander’s Award for Public Service from the Department of the Army, and was recognized by President Barack Obama as a Distinguished Federal Executive in 2012, the highest civilian award for a federal senior executive. He also has Knollwood roots: His parents and family were members here from about 1959–1964, and Stan was baptized at Knollwood in 1963. In the Fellowship Hall, Knollwood Building B, 6:15–7:00 PM.