Humanists are vitally concerned for the future and sustainability of humanity and our wonderful Earth. Today, that future is in peril due to environmental degradation and global warming. This talk will cover how each of us can live more green and sustainable lives. Topics include the importance of being green, solar, wind and geothermal energy; electric cars, improving efficiency, recycling, working from home, vegetarianism and fitness. Mainly, how we can support environmental activism and organizations.
Paul Donohue has been a member of the AHA for about 40 years. He obtained a B.S. in chemistry from St. John’s University in 1960 an M.S. in crystallography and PhD in inorganic chemistry from the University of Connecticut in 1965. He worked for DuPont for 35 years in R&D and lives in Wilmington, DE with Nancy, his wife of 50 years. He is busy with six nearby grandchildren and concerned about how they will view him in their future. He is an active member of the American Chemical Society and the Osher Life Long Learning institute of the University of Delaware, having presented several courses and talks.