with Matthew Benson
Larry Hurst presides
Matthew Benson will lead a deep dive into how the choices we make everyday regarding our habits, traditions and lifestyle impact the local and global environment and contribute to climate change. New and innovative data and recommendations will be given to the audience to take personal steps to live in greater ethical alignment; improve their health; lower their carbon footprint; and make a lifelong commitment to slow and reverse further global warming and adverse climate change.
How aligned are our habits and lifestyle with our ethical ideals? Is there a way we can simultaneously live more ethically; improve our health; and do our part to protect the environment and lower our carbon footprint? What steps can we take as individuals, families and communities to restore and clean our oceans, land and air do our part to forestall further adverse climate change?
This week's shared charity: The New York Solar Energy Society
Matthew Benson studied art and philosophy at Skidmore College and has a Masters degree in Fundraising Management and Nonprofit Development from Columbia University. He has worked with many nonprofits including Riverkeeper, the New York Solar Energy Society, City Harvest and many local and national political campaigns. He recently obtained a degree from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and coaches and lectures on life and health management and applying micro and macro lifestyle and diet modifications to advance community health and address climate change.