Climate Change Discourse


Facilitating dialogues on the ecological crises and related social topics. 

Whether we believe that climate change is man-made based on purely scientific facts or God-made with spiritual dimensions and lessons, it’s happening at an alarming rate. How much say or power do we have or don't we have on changing this course? As communal species and the 'crown of creation' what's our responsibility?

And how important is it to spend hour sessions with our community members and even coworkers in facilitated discourses on awareness and solutions?

A question I bring to the session

For tips on how to facilitate a discourse yourself see my blog page or click here


From early on Roz questioned the wisdom of the social behaviors which contributed to the man made problems such as war and famine. He feels that the predicament the new generation of kids and teenagers find themselves in, he has felt in one way or another since childhood

He has a masters degree in Social Ecology from Goddard College in Vermont, USA. Along with studying the subject he worked in Community Supported Agriculture/Farms. For years he has been writing on the effects of our social behavior on the ecological state. More recently he has been writing about the relation between our social behavior and our spiritual understanding or as he calls it Social Ecology with a Sparkle of Spiritual Sensibility.