The second Jewish climate conference, “The Time Is Short; The Task Is Great,” will provide a comprehensive overview of opportunities for the path forward in the coming years. Participants can attend workshops led by renewable energy experts, rabbis, educators, artists, food and sustainability experts and others. Subject areas include: sustainable buildings, advocacy and justice, communicating about climate change, spirituality and psychology, ecosystems, food and waste, gardens, the arts and more.
This conference is for everyone: activists and non-activists, synagogue members and unaffiliated, teens (with a special workshop just for them!), college students, parents, elders, storytellers, artists, gardeners, rabbis, educators, lay leaders, green team members and everyone else concerned.
All participants will go home energized with new and useful information and with connections with others who are also working on issues of climate change and sustainability, as well as professionals and activists in the field.
The evening will end with a delicious local vegan dinner prepared by participants.
No one will be turned away for financial reasons.
This conference is supported in part by a grant from the New England Grassroots Environmental Fund.
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1860 Washington St
Newton, MA 02466
$54.00 At Door
$10.00 Child or Student
$20.00 Adult Dinner
$10.00 Child Dinner
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