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West Roxbury Saves Energy Presents "Double Exposure: Photographing Climate Change"
West Roxbury Saves Energy presents photojournalist and long-time Globe staff reporter David Arnold showing photographic pairs from his Museum of Science exhibit and after which document startling changes taking place as the planet warms. Illustrating how humans are impacting glaciers and coral reefs, pairs of photographs show the before-and-after effects. Mr. Arnold will also share thoughts about how we can turn this climate monster around, and he welcomes comments from his audiences. Free and open to all.
More About Theodore Parker Church
The Theodore Parker Church first gathered in 1712 and the church was built in 1900. Rev. Lilli Nye leads the Unitarian Universalist congregation. The church, which is at the corner of Corey and Centre Streets, is listed on the state register of historic places. A statue of Theodore Parker sits outside of the church, which causes many passersby to wonder about him. He was an American Transcendentalist who lived from 1810 - 1860.