ONLINEA Jewish Call to Climate Action: JCAN-MA and MassEnergize Collaboration Launch

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The intensity of the climate crisis is increasing, and it can be difficult to know what to do to make a difference. To meet that need, MassEnergize and the Jewish Climate Action Network are pleased to kick off an exciting collaboration. All those concerned about climate change and wondering what to do can learn about the exciting tool developed by MassEnergize to enable and encourage individual and collective actions on climate change in synagogues and communities.

Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, founder and CEO of Dayenu, will be the guest speaker. Dayenu is a new organization building a dynamic, multi-generational movement of American Jews courageously confronting the climate crisis. She will be joined in discussion by Rabbis Josh Briendel, Louis Pollison and Katy Allen, as well as Ellen Tohn of MassEnergize and individual climate activists.

Several MetroWest congregations are already moving forward with MassEnergize. Others are invited to join. Come and learn about how you and your congregation can be a part of this new initiative that can reduce your carbon footprint. Collectively, we can make a big difference.

This program is made possible by a generous CJP MetroWest Grant.

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