Informative issue guide by COEJL, JCPA and BBYO-Panim providing Jewish perspectives on energy and the environment.
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The rabbis of the Talmud ask the following question: When the people of a town decide to build or repair a guard wall, how much should each resident pay? Perhaps the wealthiest residents should pay the … Read more »
I’m writing to tell you how excited I am by the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life’s plans for the Jewish Energy Covenant Campaign, how ready I am to help, and how much I encourage all … Read more »
Inside and outside the pages of this guide, you will read and continue to read about bad things happening — to our Earth, to our fellow people, to our collective spirit — and, though we may wish … Read more »
The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) passed a Resolution on Hydraulic Fracturing at their 2013 Biennial. Click here to read the resolution.
COEJL Director Sybil Sanchez was quoted in a JNS.org article about Tu B’shvat: “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,” Sybil … Read more »