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St. James Presbyterian Church Hall

35 Fitzroy Street

Charlottetown, PE

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Living Close to Home: The Workshop – Based on Dr. Peter Denton’s books, Live Close to Home (2016); Technology and Sustainability (2014); and Gift Ecology: Reimagining a Sustainable World (2012), this interactive workshop explores how we can live rewarding and yet sustainable lives right where we are. Saturday, September 29 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kirk of St. James Hall, 35 Fitzroy St., Charlottetown. A light lunch will be provided. This is a free public workshop, all are welcome.

It will be led by Dr. Peter Denton, author of Live Close to Home (2016); Technology and Sustainability (2014); and Gift Ecology: Reimagining a Sustainable World (2012)

A light lunch will be provided (a $10 contribution from participants towards the cost of the lunch is appreciated).

Dr. Peter Denton works in the social, cultural and ethical dimensions of technology in multi-disciplinary contexts. He chairs the Policy Committee of the Green Action Centre and has been involved in UN Environment since 2012 as a civil society representative and as a contributing author to the GEO 6 North American Regional Assessment (2016). Dr. Denton is a principal consultant at greenethics.ca, inc., and holds multiple degrees, including a PhD in Religion and the Social Sciences from McMaster University. He is also an ordained minister in the United Church of Canada. He currently teaches history of technology at the University of Winnipeg and is an Adjunct Associate Professor of History at the Royal Military College of Canada.

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