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This live panel discussion will include:
Paola Gianturco is an author/photographer who has documented women’s lives in 63 countries and had seven books published.
Paola’s seventh book, COOL: Women Leaders Reversing Global Warming
(www.COOLReversingGlobalWarming.com), created with her granddaughter/co-author, then-12-year-old Avery Sangster, was released in September 2022. It features the inspiring stories of 27 women climate leaders in 10 countries and their suggestions for actions readers can take to help stop the climate crisis.
Larry L. Rasmussen is Reinhold Niebuhr Professor Emeritus of Social Ethics, Union Theological Seminary, New York City. His most recent book is THE PLANET YOU INHERIT: LETTERS TO MY GRANDCHILDREN WHEN UNCERTAINTY’S A SURE THING (Broadleaf Books, 2022).
His book, EARTH-HONORING FAITH: RELIGIOUS ETHICS IN A NEW KEY (Oxford University Press, 2013), received the Nautilus Gold Prize for Ecology/Environment and the Nautilus Grand Prize for best 2014 book overall (27 categories). An earlier volume, EARTH COMMUNITY, EARTH ETHICS (Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 1996), won the prestigious Grawemeyer Award in Religion of 1997.
Roxanne Swentzell grew up sculpting, making pottery, building with adobe, and gardening. She was born in 1962 in Taos NM, into a family of Santa Clara Pueblo Artists (Naranjos).
She built a solar adobe house by hand for her and her children at Santa Clara Pueblo. During this time, Roxanne was introduced to Permaculture and started the non-profit, Flowering Tree Permaculture Institute in 1989 with others.
Soon it became obvious that Roxanne’s ties to the Pueblo culture steered the Institute into cultural preservation and ways to become more self-sufficient. She published, “Our Home” an experimental place in sustainable life-ways as well as her latest on the diet of her people, “The Pueblo Food Experience” Museum of NM Press.