Western Friend Podcast

17. Frank Granshaw - Science for Justice, Equity, and Stewardship

December 03, 2022 Mary Klein
Western Friend Podcast
17. Frank Granshaw - Science for Justice, Equity, and Stewardship
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Today's episode features an interview with Frank Granshaw, geologist, educator, and so much more. He shares about his experiences at the UN's climate change conferences, COP 27 being the most recent, his own journey within the field, and the nuances of faith and science. Recorded with a live virtual audience, the second half of the interview is a Q&A session with the Mr. Granshaw.

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Intro
Introduction of Frank Granshaw
About COP27 & United Nations climate change treaties
Frank’s entry into work against climate change
Quaker Earthcare Witness
Frank’s virtual “portals” to the COPs
Science and faith in Frank’s life
Q&A – Proper relationship between rich and poor nations?
Q&A – Regional development versus global trade?
Q&A – Craziness of resource depletion and economic growth?
Q&A – How to solve social aspects of the climate crisis?
Theology, geology, the Bible, truth
Outro