Like marches around the world in 105 countries today, the Boston rally for climate action was organized and led by young people.
Overwhelming opposition to East Boston electrical substation sprang from many concerns.
A talk delivered by Rabbi Katy Z. Allen, president pro tem of JCAN-MA, at Temple Ohabei Shalom, Brookline, MA, inspired by the Torah portion Tetzaveh.
A coalition of 200 Massachusetts environmental and social justice groups converged on the State House to support bills on climate pricing, funding for transportation, and democratic representation for low-income and minority communities affected by environmental degradation.
The grant will help fund an upcoming Boston-area JCAN conference and other educational activities.
The Jewish Climate Action Network returned to LimmudBoston with two educational sessions and a table that attracted 25 sign-ups.
The current political situation is not amenable to action on the climate, aside from barriers thrown up by opponents. Even allies are not motivated to help.
A summary of recent achievements and goals.
The Jewish Climate Action Network in Boston reached out to gain new friends and followers at a rally preceding the Global Climate Action Summit of 2018.
An introduction to initiative 1631.
"How can I justify the climate as a cause for the labor movement to take up?" I provided three justifications.