WATERFORD — Sue Inches is set to return to speak during a session of Climate Conversations.

She plans to discuss “Bridging the Left and the Right: How to Communicate Across the Ideological Divide” from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, June 16, at the Wilkins House on Plummer Hill Road, next door to the Waterford Congregational Church.

Inches — an author, educator and climate change advocate — will share insights and ideas for discussion and action as part of the continuation of the Climate Conversations: What Can WE Do? series that began in 2019.

Inches spoke last October during a program on the proposed Pine Tree Amendment.

She is the author of “Advocating for the Environment: How to Gather Power and Take Action.” In the book, she discusses storytelling, empathy, mindset, and how effective communication can help people collaborate with others, even those with opposing views.

Her message is critical to addressing climate change and finding innovative ways of working together to develop effective responses, according to a news release from the church.

Waterford Congregational Church has been offering discussion groups and community projects to address Climate Change since October 2018, COVID-19 restrictions notwithstanding. Its work includes, speakers, garden projects and readings.

For more information, contact Sally Holm, communications coordinator, at 617-803-1450.

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