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As the climate emergency becomes ever harder to ignore, American Jewish organizations rooted in social and environmental justice are moving beyond localized efforts to reduce their carbon footprints to advocate...
The organization representing the largest American Jewish denomination is pledging to divest from the fossil fuel industry as a response to the climate crisis. Citing the biblical teaching of “till...
Union for Reform Judaism cites divine order to ’till and tend’ the Earth as reason for removing oil and gas companies from its portfolio.
Two Jewish federations in Oregon — one in Portland and the other in Eugene — are the first in the country to remove fossil fuels, the main drivers of climate...
Oregon’s two Jewish communal federations have decided to divest their endowment funds from the fossil fuel industry due to concerns about the ongoing impact of the climate crisis. The announcement...
Julia Lin from YPCCC’s Partnerships Program had the opportunity to sit down with Dahlia Rockowitz, Director of Campaigns and Partnerships at Dayenu, to learn more about Dayenu’s climate communications, advocacy...
The Clean Oregon Assets Legislation Act just passed, ensuring that Oregon’s state pensions will no longer invest in coal – the dirtiest fossil fuel and a losing financial investment over...
Rosenn said that emissions from fossil fuels primarily drive temperature rise, and the more the world can shift away from these fuels towards renewable and clean energy, the slower the...
My book, Am I Too Old to Save the Planet? A Boomer’s Guide to Climate Action, tells a simple story: climate change went from a manageable problem to a global emergency...
When we look back at the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, there are lessons to be learned about how to integrate social movement tactics, including civil disobedience, into what Rabbi Jennie...
EcoAmerica is pleased to announce the semifinalists for The 2024 American Climate Leadership Awards (ACLA). This year’s group includes advocates, faith leaders, organizers, moms, youth, healthcare professionals, elders, educators, frontline...
Wednesday evening the Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale held a seder meal to celebrate the holiday Tu Bishvat.

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