Informative issue guide by COEJL, JCPA and BBYO-Panim providing Jewish perspectives on energy and the environment.
Help COEJL mobilize the Jewish community to take environmental action
The Jewish Energy Guide presents a comprehensive Jewish approach to the challenges of energy security and climate change and offers a blueprint for the Jewish community to achieve a 14%reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by September of 2014, which is … Read more »
By Rabbi Jill Jacobs 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 »
By Al Gore 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 »
Dear COEJL supporters, First of all, a big thank you in advance, for you are one of the main reasons I agreed to take on the directorship of the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life. Over its nearly 25-year … Read more »
We’ll Always Have Paris (Reflections of the Chair of COEJL upon the US withdrawal from the Paris Accord) ** Yesterday, the U.S. government ensured massive suffering for our own descendants; consigned untold people and ecosystems to ruin; deepened … Read more »
Peoples’ Climate Shabbat — Resources For starters, see the comprehensive list of goings-on, resources, events around the People’s Climate March, and cosponsoring organizations — assembled by our friends at Interfaith Power & Light (MD.DC.NoVA) — at http://ipldmv.org/peoplesclimateshabbat. There you’ll find an … Read more »