Kurt Schmitz: “Our changing climate: the latest”

Guest speaker Kurt Schmitz was the longest-tenured TV meteorologist in Columbus, serving 21 years at WTVM and six years with WRBL. He’ll talk about “eye popping data” causing deep concern among climate scientists. But Kurt isn’t an alarmist. He’ll talk about where the climate is now, where it’s heading and what we should do about it.

Kurt Schmitz

Kurt retired at the end of 2017 after 40 years in the TV/Radio weather business, but he  remains active in weather and earth science as a hobby.

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Unitarian Universalism is an unusual religion. For example, we don’t share a creed. Our members Christians, Jews, Buddhists, subscribers to earth-centered traditions and other religions. Members also include humanists, agnostics, atheists and people who resist labels. We do share a commitment to the Seven Principles of UU. They include respect for all people and for the planet, and a promise to support each other in our own free and responsible searches for truth and meaning.

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