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Want to read about what Jewish communities are doing, and should be doing, and get Jewish and interfaith perspectives on sustainability, climate change, energy independence and other environmental issues? Click on!
Click here to take action! COEJL and the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (the RAC) are joining together to demonstrate support from the Jewish community for the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed new, strict standards for carbon pollution from new power plants. New, … Read more »
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Public Hearing: Proposed Carbon Pollution Standards for New Power Plants February 6, 2014 Hello, my name is Jill Borak, and I am the Policy Manager at the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA). I am here … Read more »
To address the urgent challenges of climate change and energy dependence, we need sustainable policies at the local, state and national level. Many Jewish environmentalists want to get involved with advocacy, but are not sure exactly where to start. The … Read more »
On Tu Bishvat, many Jewish communities get together for seders and learn about environmentalism. For our first Year of Engagement campaign this year, we encourage you to send a letter to your … Read more »
“We are living in God’s creation, which makes us equal to one another and makes us all equal in what we need and what we share equitably,” said Sybil Sanchez, director of the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life … Read more »