Margaret's involvement in climate initiatives have been recorded in a number of YouTube videos. Here are several of recent note:
Bill McKibben's lecture, "Jail Notes: The Fight for the Planet Starts To Quicken," was held at Johnson Chapel, Amherst College, on September 7, 2012, to an overflow crowd. Margaret provided introductory remarks:
On September 28, 2012, 350.org Action Fund delivered to Mitt Romney's campaign headquarters in Boston 52,000+ signatures on a climate letter asking Mr. Romney to clarify his policy on climate change. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas and Bill McKibben spoke at the rally:
Margaret's addresses and sermons are sometimes available in MP3 format. Here are a few of recent note. Press the arrow next to the description to begin playback:
Margaret gave a brief opening address (“Climate Action Now: Why We're Here”) at a climate action conference held in Amherst, Massachusetts on September 9, 2012.
Purifying the heart. Sermon for the Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost, September 2, 2012. Delivered by the Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas, Grace Church, Amherst, Massachusetts.
“Get up and eat”. Sermon for the Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost, August 12, 2012. Delivered by the Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas, Grace Church, Amherst, Massachusetts.
Margaret has produced a number of audio-visual presentations, principally focused on her concern for the environment. Here are two recent examples:
“God So Loved The World” is a slideshow available as a Power Point or pdf, intended to inspire Christians to connect their faith with the urgent need to tackle global warming. It is available free of charge and lasts about 25 minutes. It was co-produced by the Rev. Dr. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas, Dr. Robert A. Jonas, and The Canary Project, an organization that produces art and media to deepen public understanding of human-induced climate change and to energize commitment to solutions.