Geologist Roger Kuhns will bring his new solo show, “The Continuing Adventures of Carbon Man,” to Door County on October 19 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County, 10341 Water St. (Highway 42), Ephraim. The program begins at 7:30 pm.
The show explores the personal paths we can take to address climate change. The monologue delves into the perspective from an oil supertanker captain, a father reflecting on conversations with his daughter about hamburgers and our carbon footprint, what the janitor in Congress hears as he listens in on side conversations, experiences on Capitol Hill with a carbon pricing bill and in Puerto Rico as it heals from Hurricane Maria, a discussion with a climate denier, and more. Original music accompanies the narrative. The show emphasizes all that’s being done and all that each of us can do.
Kuhns has a Ph.D. in economic geology from the University of Minnesota. He is a writer, filmmaker, performer and founder of SustainAudit, a sustainable practices application company based in Mystic, Connecticut.
Cost is $15 per person, with reception following. The show is hosted by the Unitarian Universalists’ Environmental Justice Action Team and supported by the Climate Change Coalition of Door County.