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Mobilizing communities to take leadership in bold climate campaigns through education and reducing carbon footprints

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Jewish Climate Action Network

 

Mobilizing communities to take leadership in bold climate campaigns through education and reducing carbon footprints

 

Take the Jewish Environmental Voter Pledge!

Research shows that strong environmental policies are important for tens of millions of Americans, but also shows that many environmentalists don't vote. In recent nationwide elections, over 15 million identifiable environmentalists stayed at home on Election Day.

The Environmental Voter Project is working to change this, and the Jewish Climate Action Network and Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action are partnering with them. Once you’ve pledged to vote, you’ll get a reminder when an election is approaching. If enough people prioritizing the environment actually vote, crucial policy initiatives needed to save our planet are far more likely to become reality: carbon pricing, policies favoring renewable energy, equity in renewable energy availability, funds for regulation and cleanup of life-threatening chemicals, and more.


"See to it that you do not spoil and destroy My world; for if you do, there will be no one else to repair it."

— God's words in Midrash Kohelet Rabbah, 1 on Ecclesiastes 7:13
(Atheists can take heart from this passage, because saving the world is a distinctly human task.)

 

Track and improve your synagogue's energy use.

View our events page to sign up for a webinar on how to benchmark.

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