Climate Change: Prioritizing our Global and Local Response

Climate Change: Prioritizing our Global and Local Response

6/28/20 - 7/4/20 An exploration of one of the world’s most critical – and controversial issues: Climate Change. How can you add your voice to the conversation, and how can you turn this dialogue into action in your home, workplace, community, and beyond?

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Climate Change: Prioritizing our Global and Local Response
  • Opening Three Taps and Sunday Morning Worship

    Originally broadcast at 10:45 a.m. EDT Sunday, June 28, 2020.

    Chautauqua Institution's 2020 Summer Assembly begins with the traditional Three Taps of the Gavel address by President Michael E. Hill, followed by Sunday Morning Worship service with the Rt. Rev. Bishop V. Gene Robinson and the Chapl...

  • Memorial Concert in Memory of Jared Jacobsen

    Originally broadcast at 8 p.m. EDT Sunday, June 28, 2020.

    The Rt. Rev. Gene Robinson and interim organist Joshua Stafford remember Jared Jacobsen.

    Jacobsen, Chautauqua’s longtime organist and coordinator of worship and sacred music, died in a car crash in 2019, shortly after completing his 65...

  • Are We Listening?

    Originally broadcast at 9:15 a.m. EDT Monday, June 29, 2020.

    The Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas delivers a homily based on a scripture reading from Samuel 3:1-10.

    Robert A. Jonas will be a guest soloist, playing the shakuhachi, a traditional Japanese and ancient Chinese bamboo-flute.

    Bullitt-J...

  • Government, Economics and the Climate

    Originally broadcast at 10:45 a.m. EDT Monday, June 29, 2020.

    Christine Todd Whitman opens the week highlighting the role of government in combating climate change, what climate action looks like in economic terms and how Americans across the political spectrum can come together around collectiv...

  • Cristina Pato and Mazz Swift: INVISIBLE(s)

    Originally broadcast at 4 p.m. EDT Monday, June 29, 2020.

    Cristina Pato and Mazz Swift perform and discuss their collaborative project, INVISIBLE(s).

    Pianist Pato and violinist Swift perform solo improvisations on the pieces commissioned for their INVISIBLE(s) project and engage in a musical c...

  • CVA Welcome & Galleries Opening

    Originally broadcast at 8:15 p.m. EDT Monday, June 29, 2020.

    Sharon Louden, Sydelle Sonkin and Herb Siegel Artistic Director, and Judy Barie, Susan and John Turben Director of Galleries, provide a brief introduction to the 2020 Chautauqua Visual Arts season.

    About Chautauqua Institution: Chauta...

  • What is Breaking Our Hearts?

    Originally broadcast at 9:15 a.m. EDT Tuesday, June 30, 2020.

    The Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas delivers a homily based on a scripture reading from Hosea 4:1-3.

    Robert A. Jonas will be a guest soloist, playing the shakuhachi, a traditional Japanese and ancient Chinese bamboo-flute.

    Bullitt-Jo...

  • The Ocean and the Climate: How to Save Both

    Originally broadcast at 10:45 a.m. EDT Tuesday, June 30, 2020.

    Ocean Conservancy’s Janis Searles Jones and George Leonard explain how the ocean is threatened by climate change and why ocean-centered solutions are key to effective climate action.

    Jones is CEO of Ocean Conservancy, the United S...

  • Tikkun Adam(ah): A Jewish Response to a World in Upheaval

    Originally broadcast at 2 p.m. EDT Tuesday, June 30, 2020.

    Rabbi Nate DeGroot details efforts by Detroit’s Jewish community to reconnect with their faith’s earth-based roots and push for greater sustainability.

    DeGroot is the associate director and the spiritual and program director at Hazon D...

  • Who Do We Think We Are?

    Originally broadcast at 9:15 a.m. EDT Wednesday, July 1, 2020.

    The Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas delivers a homily based on a scripture reading from Matthew 3:13-17.

    Robert A. Jonas will be a guest soloist, playing the shakuhachi, a traditional Japanese and ancient Chinese bamboo-flute.

    Bulli...

  • How to Reduce Greenhouse Gases

    Originally broadcast at 10:45 a.m. EDT Wednesday, July 1, 2020.

    Katharine Wilkinson details Project Drawdown’s mission to halt and reduce greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere.

    Wilkinson, an author, strategist and teacher, serves as the vice president of communication and engagement at Proje...

  • Growing Hope

    Originally broadcast at 2 p.m. EDT Wednesday, July 1, 2020.

    Beth Roach hopes to keep ancestral seeds alive and rebuild culture and food security in native communities.

    Roach is a co-founder of the Alliance of Native Seedkeepers, an organization that was formed to preserve ancestral seeds.

    Abo...

  • What Are We Longing For?

    Originally broadcast at 9:15 a.m. EDT Thursday, July 2, 2020.

    The Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas delivers a homily based on a scripture reading from John 1:35-39a.

    Robert A. Jonas will be a guest soloist, playing the shakuhachi, a traditional Japanese and ancient Chinese bamboo-flute.

    Bullitt-...

  • Weekly Virtual Gallery Tour

    Originally broadcast at 10 a.m. EDT Thursday, July 2, 2020.

    Weekly Virtual Gallery Tour hosted by Judy Barie

  • The State of Global Environmental Action

    Originally broadcast at 10:45 a.m. EDT Thursday, July 2, 2020.

    *Please note that this event was moved to our Virtual Porch and is now available to watch on-demand:

    https://porch.chq.org/re/event/46/

    Christiana Figueres discusses the status of efforts to combat climate change across the globe. ...

  • God’s Call – Our Vocation – In a Time of Climate Chaos

    Originally broadcast at 2 p.m. EDT Thursday, July 2, 2020.

    Since his first Earth Day, Jim Antal has seen the benefit to combining religion with environmental advocacy.

    Antal, an environmentalist activist, serves as a special adviser on climate justice to the general minister and president of t...

  • CLSC: ‘The End of Ice’

    Originally broadcast at 3:30 p.m. EDT Thursday, July 2, 2020.

    In The End of Ice, we follow Dahr Jamail as he scales Denali, the highest peak in North America, dives in the warm crystal waters of the Pacific only to find ghostly coral reefs, and explores the tundra of St. Paul Island, where he me...

  • Recitals with Rossen featuring Alexander Gavrylyuk

    Originally broadcast at 5 p.m. EDT Thursday, July 2, 2020.

    Alexander Gavrylyuk is the Artistic Advisor and Artist-in-Residence of the Chautauqua Piano Program. When not performing and teaching at Chautauqua, his international career has included appearances with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, t...

  • An Evening of Music and Conversation: Ray Chen

    Originally broadcast at 8:15 p.m. EDT Thursday, July 2, 2020.

    Ray Chen is known as “a violinist who redefines what it is to be a classical musician in the 21st century.” Chen’s remarkable musicianship transmits to a global audience that is reflected in his engagements with the foremost orchestra...

  • What Will Sustain Us in the Struggles Ahead?

    Originally broadcast at 9:15 a.m. EDT Friday, July 3, 2020.

    The Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas delivers a homily based on a scripture reading from Philippians 4:4-9.

    Robert A. Jonas will be a guest soloist, playing the shakuhachi, a traditional Japanese and ancient Chinese bamboo-flute.

    Bullit...

  • The Geopolitics of Climate Change and the Environment

    Originally broadcast at 10:45 a.m. EDT Friday, July 3, 2020.

    Dr. Geoffrey Kemp and Amb. Barbara Bodine examine the geopolitics of environmental issues in the Middle East.

    Bodine previously served as the U.S. ambassador to the Republic of Yemen from 1997 to 2001. Kemp is senior director of Regi...

  • Religious Naturalism

    Originally broadcast at 2 p.m. EDT Friday, July 3, 2020.

    Chautauqua’s Bishop Gene Robinson hosts a practical conversation with Michael Hogue about religion and the environment.

    Hogue is a faculty member at Meadville Lombard Theological School where he teaches and writes at the intersections of...

  • ChautauqWhat? - An Historical Overview of Chautauqua

    Originally broadcast at 3:30 p.m. EDT Friday, July 3, 2020.

    Jon Schmitz discusses the origins of Chautauqua, how its identity has evolved over the years and why it remains so important today.

    Schmitz is the archivist and historian for Chautauqua Institution.
    About Chautauqua Institution: Chau...

  • Rhiannon Giddens and Francesco Turrisi

    Originally broadcast at 5 p.m. EDT Friday, July 3, 2020.

    The duo returns with another special performance for Chautauqua, from Ireland.

    Rhiannon Giddens is the co-founder of the Grammy award-winning string band Carolina Chocolate Drops, in which she plays banjo and fiddle.

    Francesco Turrisi...