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To 2015 and Beyond!

Happy Secular New Year! In our remaining hours of 2014, as we reflect on the year that was, I hope that your Jewish values and your desire to protect Creation loom large. And I hope that making an annual gift … Read more »
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Jewish Leaders Welcome Lima Agreement, Raise Importance of U.S. Actions at Home

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 15, 2014 MEDIA CONTACT Jennifer Bell, Rabinowitz Communications,, 202-265-3000 NEW YORK – Sunday morning, top leaders from nearly 200 countries agreed to The Lima Accord, a global pact to work together to tackle climate change. … Read more »
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Celebrating our fall climate victory while struggling through the winter

As the UN’s talks in Lima, Peru wind down, we are taking a moment to celebrate an important event earlier this year. On Sunday September 19th JCPA and COEJL joined over one hundred Jewish organizations and 400,000 citizens at the … Read more »
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Giving is better than receiving

Dear COEJL Friends, Thanksgiving has past, Hannukah is nigh, and we are definitely now into the holiday season.    Last week we celebrated Thanksgiving—a distinctly American holiday where friends and family come together to celebrate our bounty and take stock of … Read more »
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JCPA and COEJL Applaud Historic U.S.-China Pact to Reduce Carbon Emissions

MEDIA CONTACT Jennifer Bell, Rabinowitz Communications,, 202-265-3000 NEW YORK – Following the announcement of a historic U.S.-China pact to reduce carbon emissions, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) and its initiative the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish … Read more »
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