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Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm (refreshments at 6:30)
Location: All Souls Church (1157 Lexington Ave)
Dr. Andrew S. Kanter, immediate past-President of Physicians for Social Responsibility will share results of a recent study showing the global climate implications of even a small nuclear war involving India and Pakistan that could lead to a billion deaths from starvation. He will explain what this study means for our understanding of our relationship to the planet, and what he recommends as universal ethical principles and practices necessary if we are to survive and have a safe, healthy and sustainable planet for future generations.
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