As the existential challenge of our time, climate change has become the central focus of the Program on Public Values. In 2017, the Program became involved in establishing a coalition of religious leaders and climate scientists in Massachusetts, the Faith-Science Alliance for Climate Leadership, in collaboration with the Woods Hole Research Center and the Archdiocese of Boston. In 2018, the Program helped organize a forum for Connecticut gubernatorial candidates on climate at the College and held a briefing for Connecticut journalists on climate change in the state. In 2019, it hosted the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters’ annual legislative forum and sponsored a public debate on carbon pricing. During the academic years 2017-18 and 2018-19, it sponsored a weekly lunch for Trinity students and faculty concerned with climate change. In June, Greenberg Center director Mark Silk presented a paper on the creation of the Faith-Science Alliance at the meeting of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture in Cork, Ireland. In the fall semester of 2019, he inaugurated a course on religion and climate change cross-listed in Religious Studies, Environmental Studies, and Public Policy and Law.