Reimagining Our Environmental Future Together: Journeying from Impasse to Inspired Action

Tara C. Trapani

On October 24 at 7pm EST, our co-founder and co-director, Mary Evelyn Tucker will be giving a talk on “Reimagining our Environmental Future: Journeying from Impasse to Inspired Action.” It will be held both in-person at the Westport Library in Westport, Connecticut and online. The event is free and open to all, but registration is required.  You can find further details on the Westport Library site

Go here to register for the in-person event

Go here to register for the live Zoom webcast


The United Nations Association of Southwestern Connecticut presents the first Ruth Steinkraus Cohen Memorial Lecture.  Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker will discuss how to inspire people to preserve, protect and restore the Earth community. As co-founder of the Yale Forum on  Religion and Ecology, Dr. Tucker seeks to identify different perspectives among the religions of the world to find comprehensive and collaborative solutions to our global environmental crisis in partnership with scientists and policy makers. Her talk and the discussion afterward will provoke questions and inspiration drawn from her award winning film, Journey of the Universe.

UN Association of SouthWest CT logoThe Southwestern Connecticut Chapter of the United Nations Association has been promoting the ideals and work for the United Nations for over 60 years. Its founder, Ruth Steinkraus Cohen, worked tirelessly to support the UN. She established June Day, when Westport welcomes the staff and delegates of the UN, in 1965. The downtown bridge is named in her honor and the member nations flag fly each United Nations Day. The Chapter plans to bring a topical and thought-provoking speaker each year to the Westport Library on United Nations Day.